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Matt Brems

Matt Brems

Growth Manager @ Roboflow. Previously solved data science problems across finance, education, politics, and more. Passionate about teaching and empowering others to accomplish more.

5 Emerging Trends in Computer Vision Applications from OpenCV's AI Competition

As part of Roboflow's new partnership with OpenCV, I had the opportunity to be involved with the first round of the 2021 OpenCV AI Competition. If you haven't heard of

How to Use Roboflow and Streamlit to Visualize Object Detection Output

Building an app for blood cell count detection.The app in action.Most technology is designed to make your life, or your work, easier. If your work involves building computer

How to Use Google Earth Engine and Python API to Export Images to Roboflow

This is a guest post written by Ethan Arsht and Raluca Cîrju. Google Earth Engine is a powerful tool for analyzing and acquiring geographic data. Machine learning experts use Google

Using Computer Vision to Improve Disability Access in Music Education

This is a guest post by Mehek Gosalia, a high school student from Sammamish, Washington. She plans to study computer science. Over the past 4 years, I've worked to develop

Using Computer Vision to Make Card Grading Faster and Cheaper

This blog post is a guest post by James Nitsch, a mobile developer (Android) with WillowTree Apps living in Charlottesville, VA. He's passionate about do-it-yourself hardware projects, 3D printing, and

Using Computer Vision to Win at Duck Hunt

Can we use object detection to automate identifying moving objects on a screen? Abhinav Mandava leverages Roboflow to create an aimbot (which automates aiming and firing for the player) for Duck Hunt.

Using Computer Vision to Detect Package Deliveries

This post is a guest post written by Brian Egge. Brian works in finance, though this is a personal project. Many households are getting more packages delivered than ever before.

Using Computer Vision to Boost Cities' Efficiency by Reallocating Police Resources

The below post is a guest post written by data scientist Joseph Rosenblum. He is using computer vision to make cities more efficient and decrease the bias in traffic-related policing.

Football, Kaggle, Roboflow: Using Computer Vision to Tackle Helmet Safety

If you're searching for a dataset to use or are looking to improve your data science modeling skills, Kaggle is a great resource for free data and for competitions. For

Tackling the Internet of Things with Roboflow: Object Detection Apps on Android

Joo chan Kim, PhD student, is developing an object detection application for Android devices that can identify specific IoT sensors by using a custom detection model.

Apple's M1 is up to 3.6x as fast at training machine learning models

We compared the Apple M1 chip to the Intel Core i5 chip on an object detection task using Create ML.

5 Strategies for Handling Unbalanced Classes

Suppose you're trying to teach an alien – like one of the crewmates from the wildly popular game Among Us – to tell the difference between a human and a dog. "Purp

Scaled-YOLOv4 is Now the Best Model for Object Detection

(based on Microsoft COCO benchmarks) The object detection space remains white hot with the recent publication of Scaled-YOLOv4, establishing a new state of the art in object detection. Looking to

How to Run Jupyter Notebooks on an Apple M1 Mac

You've probably heard a lot about the MacBook that contains the new Apple M1 chip. Quick summary: It's fast. Like, really fast. You, a data scientist or related tech professional,

Generating Renaissance Art with Computer Vision

The below post is a guest post written by Samay Lakhani and Sujay Sundar, two budding data scientists. Samay currently interns with a Silicon Valley tech company; Sujay currently does

Introduction to Computer Vision

After reading this post, you should have a good understanding of computer vision without a strong technical background and you should know the steps needed to solve a computer vision problem.

Google Researchers Say Underspecification is Ruining Your Model Performance. Here's Five Ways to Fix That.

We read that Google underspecification paper so you don't have to.