4 Steps to Start Machine Learning with Computer Vision
In 2012, AlexNet took first place at the ImageNet Large Scale Visual Recognition Challenge, marking the first time a convolutional neural network had won the image classification competition. One more factor that made this achievement much more significant is that AlexNet showed twice the accuracy than the second-place participant.... Read more
Learn How to Organize, Cleanup and Process Medical Image Datasets for Computer Vision Training
We are entering a whole new world where the possibility for AI, and more specifically computer vision, can help us with medical decision making that we’ve relied on doctors to perform. Moreover, while the hope of having doctor-less diagnoses is still a work of science fiction, every day we... Read more
Want to Train Computer Vision Models 100x Faster? Meet MissingLink.ai
To stay competitive, large and small organizations are turning to deep learning and AI for faster innovation. They strive to create value, improve customer experience and ship faster to differentiate themselves from the competition, so they place tremendous pressure and demands on their data science teams to deliver fast.... Read more
Combining Millions of Products Into One Marketplace Using Computer Vision and NLP
Editor’s note: Ali Vanderveld will present on this topic at ODSC East 2019! Check out her talk here. ShopRunner is an e-commerce company that receives feeds of product data from over 140 different retailer partners, including large department stores and retailers that specialize in clothing, electronics, appliances, nutritional products,... Read more
The Beginners Guide for Video Processing with OpenCV
Computer vision is a huge part of the data science/AI domain. Sometimes, computer vision engineers have to deal with videos. Here, we aim to shed light on video processing – using Python, of course. This might be obvious for some, but nevertheless, video streaming is not a continuous process,... Read more
Analyzing The Papers Behind Facebook’s Computer Vision Approach
Introduction You know that company called Facebook? Yeah, the one that has 1.6 billion people hooked on their website. Take all of the happy birthday posts, embarrassing pictures of you as a little kid, that one family relative that likes every single one of your statuses, and you have... Read more