Is image classification computer vision?

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Computer vision uses image processing algorithms to solve some of its tasks. The main difference between these two approaches are the goals (not the methods used). If the goal is to emulate human vision, like object recognition, defect detection or automatic driving, then it may be called computer vision.
Image processing is, as its name implies, all about the processing of images. Both the input and the output are images. Methods frequently used in image processing are: filtering, noise removal, edge detection, color processing and so forth. Image processing methods are harnessed for achieving tasks of computer vision.

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