Written by

Brad Dwyer

Brad Dwyer

Roboflow cofounder and CTO. Building the computer vision infrastructure for developers. Previously founded Hatchlings and created Product Hunt's AR App of the Year.

Roboflow Changelog: November 2021

It's been a whirlwind of a month at Roboflow with lots of changes, updates, and expansion going on behind the scenes. Each month, we share a recap of product and

New Feature: Isolate Objects

You can now export the bounding boxes from your object detection dataset as cropped images usable with classification models. This update will enable easily prototyping two-pass models for use-cases like

Roboflow Changelog: October 2021

Our emphasis this month was on "code tentacles", or improving the ways that Roboflow integrates with your codebase. Below is a recap of what we launched and improved. Rewind to

Roboflow and Ultralytics Partner to Streamline YOLOv5 MLOps

We're proud to share that Roboflow has entered into a partnership agreement with Ultralytics, the creators of YOLOv5, and that Roboflow is now the official dataset management and annotation tool

Deploying Computer Vision Models as Mircroservices

Roboflow's philosophy around MLOps revolves around treating your computer vision model as a microservice. The reasons for this are myriad; in this post we highlight the benefits of this approach

Introducing the Roboflow pip package

We're ecstatic to announce the launch of our newest pip package, a way for you to natively interface with your Roboflow workspace through your Python scripts and Jupyter notebooks! Read

OpenAI's CLIP is the most important advancement in computer vision this year

CLIP is a gigantic leap forward, bringing many of the recent developments from the realm of natural language processing into the mainstream of computer vision: unsupervised learning, transformers, and multimodality

Our New REST API

Today we're excited to announce the launch of our new REST API, a way for your code to interface with the information stored in your Roboflow workspace. Read the full

Roboflow Changelog: September 2021

Welcome to another installment of the Roboflow Changelog where we summarize the improvements to Roboflow's product suite over the preceding month. You can find the last changelog (for August 2021)

Live Coding: Blackjack Basic Strategy

Follow along as I use a playing cards object detection model from Roboflow Universe to build a computer-vision powered Blackjack basic strategy web-app. In just two hours, we go from

ImageNet contains naturally occurring NeuralHash collisions

NeuralHash is the perceptual hashing model that back's Apple's new CSAM (child sexual abuse material) reporting mechanism. It's an algorithm that takes an image as input and returns a 96-bit

Mitigating the Collision of Apple's CSAM NeuralHash

This morning, Hacker News was ablaze with several stories about vulnerabilities in Apple's CSAM NeuralHash algorithm. Researchers had found a way to convert the NeuralHash model to ONNX format and

Roboflow Universe: the Computer Vision Community

We’re excited to introduce Roboflow Universe, the new hub for computer vision datasets and pre-trained models.

Roboflow Changelog: August 2021

Each month we share a recap of our monthly updates and releases in the Roboflow Changelog. The previous Changelog is available here. In July, the product team's major emphasis was

Experimenting with CLIP+VQGAN to Create AI Generated Art

Earlier this year, OpenAI announced a powerful art-creation model called DALL-E. Their model hasn't yet been released but it has captured the imagination of a generation of hackers, artists, and

Announcing On-Prem and Offline Mode for Roboflow Deploy

With Roboflow, you can train a custom computer vision model in one click and get an infinitely scalable API to receive predictions and you can also deploy directly to devices

Roboflow Changelog: July 2021

Welcome to this month's installment of the Roboflow Changelog highlighting all the updates we've pushed in the past month. The update for last month can be found here. In June

Announcing Classification Support for Roboflow Annotate

When it launched in early 2020, Roboflow was primarily a tool for converting object detection datasets. As the months have gone on we have expanded its capabilities to include collaboration,

Roboflow Changelog: June 2021

Each month, we publish a list of recent features and additions to the Roboflow suite of products. The previous month's update is here. In May there has been a bevy

Roboflow Competitors and Alternatives

We think it's important for users to make a fully informed decision, so we're committed to maintaining a comparison between our software and our competitors' so you can make the

Roboflow Changelog: May 2021

The changelog is our compendium of monthly updates. If you want to take a walk down memory lane, you can being your trip back in time with last month's edition.

Getting Started with Roboflow

Roboflow eliminates boilerplate code when building object detection models. Get started with an example.

Using videos as training data

Oftentimes, the visual data you'll want to analyze will come in the form of video. It may be security camera footage, YouTube videos, or webcam recordings. We know how to

Computer Vision is Shaking Up Brick-and-Mortar Retail

Computer vision is changing the landscape of retail storefronts. While it’s most often experienced in places like self-checkout lines, innovative retailers have realized the potential that computer vision can

Roboflow's new User Interface

When you log into your Roboflow account you'll notice a fresh look, but the features you know and love are all still just a click away. We've reorganized the app