I thought animals lived in Zoos? Selecting computer vision models from model zoos

I thought animals lived in Zoos? Selecting computer vision models from model zoos

Using pre-existing computer vision models for object detection. In my last blog, I discussed some basics concepts of computer vision and how to create a facial recognition filter using OpenCV. But what if you want to detect in an image something other than faces?

In my last blog, I discussed some basics concepts of computer vision and how to create a facial recognition filter using OpenCV. But what if you want to detect in an image something other than faces? There are two possible ways forward:

  1. Train your own model
  2. Use a pre-existing openly available model

computer-vision object-detection data-science pytorch tensorflow

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