Transfer Learning is the process of taking a network pre-trained on a dataset and utilizing it to recognize the image, object detection, image segmentation, semantic segmentation, and many more. We can utilize the robust, discriminative filters learned by the state-of-the-art network on challenging datasets such as Imagenet/COCO and then apply these networks for some other tasks.

In today’s article, we are going to talk about five of the open-source Transfer Learning projects to enhance your skills in the field of data science.

_Note: _This article is to just give a glimpse of some of the not-so-famous but really good open-source projects which you can use in your projects. To read more about each of them I recommend following the link given along the project.

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Coming back to the topic -


Densedepth is a high-quality Monocular Depth Estimation project built on top of Transfer Learning and NYU Depth V2 and KITTI dataset, implemented by Ibraheem Alhashimand Peter Wonka.

Densedepth aims to apply state of the art approach to 3D images and produce high-quality dense maps from the images with the best-generalized performance using Transfer Learning and standard Neural network architecture.

Transfer learning has proved to be efficient between different tasks many of which are related to 3D reconstruction and using transfer learning, allows for a more modular architecture as we get to use the power of the pre-trained networks.

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