Anyone Can Create And Train AI To Recognize Objects With This Code Pattern

Aadhya Khatri - Jun 26, 2019


Anyone Can Create And Train AI To Recognize Objects With This Code Pattern

Nicholas Bourdakos, a developer at IBM recently made a new Code Pattern allowing anyone to train AI model to recognize objects

Nicholas Bourdakos, a developer at IBM, recently made a new Code Pattern allowing anyone to train AI model to recognize objects with the use of computer vision. The Code Pattern relies on Cloud Annotations, and it is essentially a blueprint to train AI to know whatever you train it with, by using a tool that simplifies data labeling.

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Nicholas Bourdakos, an IBM developer, made a new Code Pattern allowing anyone to train AI model to recognize objects

Here is what Bourdakos wrote on LinkedIn:

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Code Pattern and Cloud Annotations are really simple to use. There is also a tutorial to walk you through the process:

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In reality, you do not exactly train AI; a more accurate word should be you re-train it. IBM has already done with the initial training using millions of images so that the AI can recognize shadows and curved lines. All you have to do next is to teach it to recognize images you are annotating.

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In reality, you do not exactly train AI

Those who have absolutely no experience in training AI can also use this Code Pattern, here is what Bourdakos said:

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If you are looking for an easy start with machine learning, Bourdakos's project might be exactly what you need.

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