# 9 posts tagged with "Computer Vision"

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## Introduction​

EfficientDet model series was introduced by Google Brain Team in 2020 which turns out to be outperforming almost every detection model of similar size in the majority of the tasks. It utilizes several optimizations. Also, many tweaks in the architecture backbone were introduced including the use of a Bi-directional Feature Pyramid Network [BiFPN] and scaling methods which resulted in the better fusion of features.

## Introduction​

In this competition, we will be predicting engagement with a shelter pet's profile based on the photograph for that profile. Along with the image of each pet, we are also provided Metadata for them that consists of different features like focus, eyes, etc. We aim to somehow utilize both images as well as tabular data in the best possible way to minimize the error rate.

## Introduction​

Most of the modern architectures proposed in Computer Vision use ResNet architecture to benchmark their results. These novel architectures train with improved training strategy, data augmentation, and optimizers.

## Why it is important to understand ResNet?​

ResNets are the backbone behind most of the modern computer vision architectures. For a lot of common problems in computer vision, the go-to architecture is resnet 34. Most of the modern CNN architectures like ResNext, DenseNet are different variants to original resnet architecture. In different subfields of computer vision like object detection, image segmentation resnet plays an important role as a pre-trained backbone.

## Identifying people without Masks - Using Deep Learning/AI

In the last several weeks I saw a lot of posts showcasing demos/products on how to use AI algorithms for recognizing people who are not wearing masks. In this post, I will take you through a very simple approach to show how can you build one yourself and also end by asking few questions that can help in building a product that can be used for production. We will be using PyTorch for this task, but the steps would remain almost the same if you are trying to achieve it using another framework like TensorFlow, Keras, or MxNet.

To build any AI algorithm, the most common approach is to

1. Prepare a labeled dataset.
2. Choose an architecture that suits your needs. Preferably pre-trained based on your use-case.
3. Train the model and test the model.

## Understanding Autoencoders and Variational Autoencoders

In the last few years, computer vision algorithms have been able to do many things. One amazing and dangerous thing it can do also is, generate new images, faces, voices, etc. The evolution of what these algorithms can do and if it is good is for a separate debate.

## PyTorch transfer learning

Transfer learning has become a key component of modern deep learning, both in the fields of CV and NLP. In this post, we will look at how to apply transfer learning for a Computer Vision classification problem. Along the way I will be showing you how to tweak your neural network to achieve better results. We are using PyTorch for this, but the techniques that we learn can be applied across other frameworks too.