Reskilling of Computer Vision Engineers gives a New Life to Brick-and-Mortar stores
With the rise of Computer Vision technology, traditional brick-and-mortar retailers have got a new way to upscale their businesses. Several use cases like facial recognition, in-store advertising, automated payments, etc. are becoming a part of the lives of people visiting retail stores.
However, to implement such new-age techniques, the retail industry is facing a massive shortage of talent with such skills. This is calling for a necessary action for HRs to reskill their legacy talent.
Reskilling in-house software engineers skilled in C++, Java, SQL, Python, etc. are the perfect set of candidates that can transition into Computer Vision Engineers. As they evolve into this new-age role, they can design, build, and field test computer vision algorithms to build revolutionary solutions and accelerate retail operations.
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