I have an A.I. system running on a Raspberry Pi. I would like to use a Jetson Nano for facial recognition. I have the following questions:
- Is the Jetson Nano capable of identifying specific individual human faces?
Note: I only need it to be able to recognize about a dozen different individuals, and it would be introduced to each face for learning purposes. But I’m curious how well it could do this.
Would the Jetson Nano be able to continually upgrade its recognition of these faces as it continually interacts with these people?
The A.I. of my robot resides on a Raspberry Pi. All I want the Jetson Nano to do at this time is recognize specific people and be able to report the results to the Raspberry Pi.
I’m curious if the software on the Jetson Nano allows for a simple communications with the Raspberry Pi? What I envision is the Jetson Nano simply sending the name of the person it sees to the Raspberry Pi. The Raspberry Pi will take it from there in terms of any further interaction with the outside world.
In other words, all I want the Jetson Nano to do in this project is recognize people’s faces and make the results of that recognition available to another program, in this case as Raspberry Pi.