The details of robotic vision

The Robotic Nation article points out that the main problem with robotic vision right now is the fact that it requires vast amounts of computing power -- power that is not going to be inexpensively available for perhaps 10 to 20 years, but will then be available in abundance. This article is technical, but offers a nice example of why you need so much computing power:

Sorting data in two clock cycles

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