The CVMan program is based on artificial intelligence capable of extrapolating data from different Curricula
The process of cataloging the data extracted from CVMan takes place through the use of artificial intelligence. In fact, the program demonstrates the same reasoning, learning, creativity and planning skills as humans, allowing you to obtain a result as similar as possible to a classic recruiting session.
Python is a more “high-level” programming language than most other languages, object-oriented, suitable, among other uses, for developing distributed applications, scripting, numerical computing and system testing.
OpenCV (acronym in English for Open Source Computer Vision Library) is a multi-platform software library in the field of computer vision in real time, developed by Intel, in the research center in Nizhny Novgorod in Russia. It was later maintained by Willow Garage and now by Itseez.
Tesseract is free software for optical character recognition (OCR). Released as open source under the Apache license in 2005 by Hewlett Packard and the University of Nevada in Las Vegas. Tesseract’s development is currently sponsored by Google.
MongoDB (from “humongous”, huge) is a non-relational, document-oriented DBMS. Classified as a NoSQL-type database, MongoDB moves away from the traditional table-based structure of relational databases in favor of JSON-style documents with dynamic schema (MongoDB calls the BSON format), making the data integration of some application types more easy and fast.
Docker is an open-source project that automates the process of deploying applications within software containers, providing additional abstraction through Linux OS-level virtualization.