A time to wrap up, for all the people who are making tricks and trials to hide diamonds and pills! IBM’s Verifier claims to be a gadget that can inspect things at microscopic level. The key component in this process is an “optical element” that sits in front of the camera (it can be anything that takes a decent image) amounting to a specialized hyper-macro lens. The patterns and homogeneous characteristics help in identifying the mixture of metal in alloys, they are different in weave. This gadget is trained through a machine learning system by been shown examples that could instantly pick out the odd one.
All of this is possible with the help of smartphones. The mobile app developers have worked hard to incorporate this technology into the phones. IBM eagerly tells about how artificial intelligence used in this gadget, however, the use of lens is impressive. This application development was possible by the combination of microscopy, spectroscopy and artificial intelligence.
First announcement made by IBM for its Verifier to be functional, is in the diamond trade. This is merely for ensuring that the product is working under control and is easily manageable. This would help IBM to establish a sign of reliability and grab all the errors that would be fetched when it will be brought to implementation. The Verifier will be used for fetishizing the stone, that is, the diamond for its uniqueness. It can act as a tool for humans to check all the trading props deeply so that no smuggling could take place.
How it will be tested?
This technology could help in maintaining some quality checks on diamonds and detecting drugs or pills inside any embodied material. This type of application service would become popular as the objects are not to be brought to the labs. A little distortion in colors achieves the straightforward categorization task. It is compatible with almost all phones and so can be used to work on expensive things like currency, wines, etc. thus artificial intelligence enabled scanner has proved its authenticity in many areas ensuring that there is no product failure.
This mobile application development service would be a widespread in Airports, Harbors, etc. Blockchain can also be useful for carrying on the security concerns as explained by IBM. Thus the trading of illegal pills and all luxury items would be busted through IBM’s Verifier. Diamond’s edge detection and finishing may give it a challenge for verifying through the visual clues it generates. Its full name is IBM Crypto Anchor Verifier. It can also check the life validity of pills and examine if it is safe for the public to take. Various tests are carried on animals for checking the meds but now the opening of this illegal business has got a shut. Now let me tell you in brief how images are formed. Micro-level is of course not visible to the human naked eye, so the wavelength of light reflects it all to make it visible for detection. Here, the TIR works progressively. The number of flaws in a gem or some disorientation of materials gives the idea of there being a presence of something wrong. Let’s wait for the feedback on how it works!
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