Stay up-to-date on the latest trends and developments in Computer Vision, with the team that has been helping computers see better for many years.
The path to putting your ML model in production
Suppose you are a Data Scientist or Machine Learning Engineer (or another role name of this kind). You took your time to analyze your dataset, clean it, and prepare it to train your model. You then prepared many model candidates using the most recent techniques and took your time to fine-tune them. After all this extensive work, you finally created a model to be proud of. You finally finished your job. Well, unfortunately, not. If your model never goes live and is actively used, delivering value
November 24, 2020
Multi-task learning: Solving different computer vision problems with a single model
In the last few years, significant improvements in computer vision were made, making it possible to obtain important information from images. Some of the challenges for a better understanding of a scene are the detection of people and the recognition of the activities they are performing. In this post, I'm going to show a method that I proposed to do a single end-to-end model able to detect people, estimate their pose, and recognize each one of their activities by their pose. Figure 1: Result
November 12, 2020