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A fun, hands-on deep learning project for beginners, students, and hobbyists

Today’s blog post is a “bonus tutorial” in our most recent series on building a complete, end-to-end deep learning application: Part 1: How to (quickly) build a deep learning image dataset Part 2: Keras and Convolutional Neural Networks Part 3: Running Keras models on iOS with CoreML In this series we have been fulfilling a […]

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An interview with David Austin: 1st place and $25,000 in Kaggle’s most popular image classification competition

In today’s blog post, I interview David Austin, who, with his teammate, Weimin Wang, took home 1st place (and $25,000) in Kaggle’s Iceberg Classifier Challenge. David and Weimin’s winning solution can be practically used to allow safer navigation for ships and boats across hazardous waters, resulting in less damages to ships and cargo, and most […]

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Face detection with OpenCV and deep learning

Today I’m going to share a little known secret with you regarding the OpenCV library: You can perform fast, accurate face detection with OpenCV using a pre-trained deep learning face detector model shipped with the library. You may already know that OpenCV ships out-of-the-box with pre-trained Haar cascades that can be used for face detection… […]

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Real-time object detection on the Raspberry Pi with the Movidius NCS

Today’s post is inspired by Danielle, a PyImageSearch reader who emailed me last week and asked: Hi Adrian, I’m enjoying your blog and I especially liked last week’s post about image classification with the Intel Movidius NCS. I’m still considering purchasing an Intel Movidius NCS for a personal project. My project involves object detection with […]

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