Carnegie Mellon Researchers Develop AI Model for Human Detection via WiFi

Incredible: an #AI model that can detect the pose of multiple humans in a room using only the signals from WiFi transmitters. 🤯

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Researchers from the Human Sensing Laboratory at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) have published a paper on DensePose From WiFi, an AI model which can detect the pose of multiple humans in a room using only the signals from WiFi transmitters. In experiments on real-world data, the algorithm achieves an average precision of 87.2 at the 50% IOU threshold.

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