Using Artificial Intelligence to Refine the Implementation Trajectory of Digital Image Processing Technology


  • Chen Li
  • Zengyi Huang



Artificial Intelligence, Digital Image Processing, Communication Engineering, Deep Learning


Artificial intelligence introduces a fresh research perspective to digital image processing. However, its integration into the curriculum of colleges and universities for teaching digital image processing remains scarce. This lack of incorporation results in outdated course content, reliance on singular teaching methods, and simplistic course experiments, consequently impeding effective teaching and hindering the development of well-rounded and innovative individuals. Digital image processing technology expands the horizons of communication engineering, facilitating more convenient modes of communication for people. For instance, video calls and photo transmissions diversify everyday communication methods, transcending the constraints of time and space by enabling online meetings and fostering enhanced communication possibilities. Despite these advancements, numerous challenges and methodologies merit thorough exploration. Therefore, this paper aims to comprehensively grasp both traditional and deep learning approaches to digital image processing, enhancing practical project proficiency and fostering scientific research exploration capabilities, thus serving as a valuable reference for similar research endeavors.


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How to Cite

Li, C., & Huang, Z. (2024). Using Artificial Intelligence to Refine the Implementation Trajectory of Digital Image Processing Technology. Frontiers in Computing and Intelligent Systems, 8(1), 112-115.