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Scaling Data Quality with Computer Vision on Spatial Data
In this contributed article, editorial consultant Jelani Harper discusses a number of hot topics today: computer vision, data quality, and spatial data. Computer vision is an extremely viable facet of advanced machine learning for the enterprise. Its utility for data quality is evinced from some high profile use cases. This …
A Gentle Introduction to OpenCV: An Open Source Library for Computer Vision and Machine Learning
If you are interested in working with images and video and would like to introduce machine learning into your computer vision applications, then OpenCV is a library that you will need to get hold of. OpenCV is a huge open source library that can interface with various programming languages, including …
Transfer Learning in Computer Vision
In this contributed article, Ihar Rubanau, Senior Software Developer at Sigma Software Group, discusses how transfer learning has become a popular technique in computer vision, allowing deep neural networks to be trained with limited data by leveraging pre-trained models. This article reviews the recent advances in transfer learning for computer …
How Image Labeling Services Can Empower Computer Vision
A digital world is reliant on image labeling services. There is no comparison between the ability of machine eyes and that of humans to distinguish objects. A machine learning application's […] The post How Image Labeling Services Can Empower Computer Vision appeared first on Datafloq.
Deci delivers breakthrough inference performance on Intel’s 4th Gen Sapphire Rapids CPU
Deci, the deep learning company building the next generation of AI, announced a breakthrough performance on Intel’s newly released 4th Gen Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors, code-named Sapphire Rapids. By optimizing the AI models which run on Intel’s new hardware, Deci enables AI developers to achieve GPU-like inference performance on CPUs …
AI and computer vision are becoming key tools for shop-and-go platforms
Computer vision’s quest to teach machines to see like humans
Computer vision is a discipline of artificial intelligence that allows machines to see their environment like humans. Looking and seeing are different actions. The act of seeing also includes perceiving and understanding the image. The purpose is not just to receive the light reflected from the objects. This is the
Saving the Bees with AI and Robotics
Beewise delivers beekeeping at scale with Beehome, a newly invented beehive using precision robotics, computer vision and AI to help beekeepers fight the alarming decline in the global bee population. Read more
Deci Launches Version 2.0 of its Deep Learning Development Platform, to Democratize the Power of NAS and Eliminate the AI Efficiency Gap
Deci, the deep learning company harnessing AI to build AI, today launched Version 2.0 of its deep learning development platform, making it easier than ever before for AI developers to build, optimize, and deploy computer vision models on any hardware and environment including cloud, edge and mobile with outstanding accuracy …
Deci Boosts Computer Vision & NLP Models’ Performance at MLPerf
Deci, the deep learning company harnessing Artificial Intelligence (AI) to build AI, announced its results for both Computer Vision (CV) and Natural Language Processing (NLP) inference models that were submitted to the MLPerf v2.0 Datacenter Open division. These submissions demonstrated the power of Deci’s Automated Neural Architecture Construction (AutoNAC) technology, …
Research Highlights: Generative Adversarial Networks
In this regular column, we take a look at highlights for important research topics of the day for big data, data science, machine learning, AI and deep learning. It's important to keep connected with the research arm of the field in order to see where we're headed. In this edition, …
The Decade of Synthetic Data is Underway
In this contributed article, Gil Elbaz, CTO and Co-founder of Datagen, sheds light on new developments that will make the ‘20s the decade when synthetic data finally breaks through to become a mainstream part of practical AI applications. Artificial intelligence algorithms are only as good as the data that train …
Flow delivers AI-powered supermarket automation that works with existing shopping carts
Retail, particularly supermarket automation, continues to move faster than ten packets of toilet rolls when a lockdown is announced. It won’t surprise anyone that AI is at the forefront of the solutions changing the way we shop, including computer vision. We’ve seen AI-powered solutions that remove the need for cashiers
Enabling Computer Vision Applications With the Data Lakehouse
The potential for computer vision applications to transform retail and manufacturing operations, as explored in the blog Tackle Unseen Quality, Operations and Safety Challenges with Lakehouse enabled Computer Vision, can not be overstated. That said, numerous technical challenges prevent organizations from realizing this potential. In this first introductory installment of …
Tackle Unseen Quality, Operations and Safety Challenges With Lakehouse Enabled Computer Vision
Globally, out-of-stocks cost retailers an estimated $1T in lost sales. An estimated 20% of these losses are due to phantom inventory, the misreporting of product units actually on-hand. Despite technical advances in inventory management software and processes, the truth is that most retailers still struggle to report accurate unit counts …
Faces as the Future of AI
In this contributed article, Dr. Sergey I. Nikolenko, Head of AI at Synthesis AI, discusses how in AI, problems related to human faces are coming to the forefront of computer vision. The article considers some of them, discusses the current state of the art, and introduces a common solution that …
A Bird’s Eye View of Research on Attention
Last Updated on September 9, 2021 Attention is a concept that is scientifically studied across multiple disciplines, including psychology, neuroscience […] The post A Bird’s Eye View of Research on Attention appeared first on Machine Learning Mastery.
mce brings computer vision to Vodafone UK, lets users self-grade their smartphone’s value for trade-ins
This article was originally published on Grit Daily and is reproduced with permission. One of the more commonly used AI developments is computer vision. Whether it is Google Lens or Pinterest Lens, it is easy to get users to adopt. After all, 1,074 photos are uploaded on Instagram every second