BasicAI's Xtreme1 - The biggest disruption in AI since OpenCV

At first glance, you might think that the Xtreme1 from BasicAI is just another upgrade version of OpenCV. The reality is quite different, though.

Not only on computer vision, Xtreme1 is actually moving a few steps forward to craft out “a one-stop comprehensive solution to cover up with all AI data. Which is included but is not limited to images, videos (2D & 3D), LiDAR (point cloud), speech (audio), natural language processing (text), and whatever AI data form.

When most of us are fascinated with the brands and products like Tesla (self-driving autonomous), DJI drones (on-air obstacle avoidance), Apple iPhone (Siri assistance), and many more, did you know that computer vision and speech recognition are what's enabling these devices to be so amazing?

Computer vision is a field that's existed for over 50 years, but only recently has it been approached in the consumer market. It has made an impossibly complex technology approachable to the average computer scientist. In this day and age, OpenCV has an important role in the autonomous industry, robotics, and even photo correction apps.

The beauty of computer vision tools is that they can perform complex tasks like object recognition or facial recognition with relative ease. For example, Google uses computer vision technology to identify objects in photographs and translate them into text on the screen. This allows for better search results as well as taking aways from photos such as meals or events at a restaurant - which would've been impossible before!

It's no lie if I say AI technology is becoming more and more integrated into our daily lives, with the demand for various types of AI data processing expanding to more than just computer vision alone. It's not just about using LiDAR to process data; now speech recognition, natural language processing, and on-screen recognition are being applied at an unprecedented rate with the emergence of new AI applications.

With inspiration from OpenCV, Xtreme1 has enabled us to use LiDAR tools with full functional access for free. I've registered myself and tried out the system, and I can say with confidence that they are making all PRO functions free too! Honestly, it's amazing how they're going to make money from this? (we know that FREE systems always come with limited or basic functions only) But Xtreme1 just makes all of those open as well).


What is BasicAI doing today, to change the AI market forever?

While other platforms cost upwards of $20,000 per year, BasicAI offers its platform, FOR FREE.

BasicAI has also made supervised machine learning accessible to anyone who wants to use it — not just experts with years of experience.


Takeaway: BasicAI's Xtreme1 is a very revolutionary tool.

BasicAI, a company that specializes in developing open-source AI tools, has just released its new product: Xtreme1. This is a very revolutionary tool that is widely used for real-time image processing and sensor processing. While OpenCV was originally developed by Intel, BasicAI has been developed alongside Intel Geospatial's complicated 3D machine learning projects. (Try google it and you will be amazed!)

Xtreme1 is available for public use via BasicAI's free SAAS instance of the software (hosted in AWS CA), as well as private use via secure private deployment, which can be installed on any cloud server or onsite premise.

Xtreme1 is also available for Python developers who want to integrate their own AI functionality into their applications.

Data processing is an important part of many industries, especially those that deal with high volume and/or sensitive information. BasicAI is an AI data processing tool that allows us to process our data in real-time!


Guide to BasicAI

In the future, there will be a lot of applications for computer vision and machine learning. We're going to see more and more commercial applications of these technologies, from autonomous vehicles (offroad, onroad), autonomous drones, land surveying, satellite navigation and surveillance, and many other high-grade consumer applications.

Here's the good news: BasicAI (a free open-source public library) is scheduled to release in Q4 2022 with an easy-to-use GUI that allows users to create their own projects based on the open-source library. Additionally, BasicAI can be used in any project requiring computer vision functionality in addition to projects utilizing LiDAR.


The main features of BasicAI include:

●  Image processing

●  LiDAR Data Processing

●  Workflow management (Labor management)

●  Quality Control

●  Machine Learning Model Integration

●  API based workflow

●  AI Based Labeling Tools (Maximized for efficiency)

●  Model Validation, and Improvement Mechanisms

●  Dataset Management and Versioning

●  Reporting and tracking of labor operations

●  Computer vision applications (such as face recognition and object detection)


Why BasicAI?

OpenCV and BasicAI are both platforms built to make AI accessible and affordable to all. The two platforms have been around for the same amount of time, but they have very different focuses.

OpenCV focuses solely on computer vision and can be accessed via python libraries as a part of a larger coding stack. BasicAI not only supports the LiDAR-ready Computer Vision, the speech and NLP recognition will be supported soon for all types of machine learning training data.

BasicAI is formed to allow a much complete AI training data range for future AI machine learning communities. Millions of dollars have been invested into BasicAI's platform to make the most seamless and integrated labeling experience possible. Once Xtreme1's source code is open to the public, BasicAI will surely stand as the next industry standard for multisensory machine learning training data.