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Piotr Skalski

Piotr Skalski

ML Growth Engineer @ Roboflow | Owner @ github.com/SkalskiP/make-sense (2.4k stars) | Blogger @ skalskip.medium.com/ (4.5k followers)

Multimodal Maestro: Advanced LMM Prompting

Learn how to expand the range of LMMs' capabilities using Multimodal Maestro

GPT-4 Vision Alternatives

Explore alternatives to GPT-4 Vision with Large Multimodal Models such as Qwen-VL and CogVLM, and fine-tuned detection models.

GPT-4 Vision Prompt Injection

In this article, we explore what prompt injection is and the techniques people have been using to perform prompt injection attacks on GPT-4.

First Impressions with LLaVA-1.5

In this guide, we share our first impressions testing LLaVA-1.5.

GPT-4 with Vision: Complete Guide and Evaluation

In this guide, we share findings experimenting with GPT-4 with Vision, released by OpenAI in September 2023.

How to Train RTMDet on a Custom Dataset

Learn how to train a RTMDet computer vision model on a custom dataset.

ChatGPT Code Interpreter for Computer Vision

In this article, we share the results of our experimentation with ChatGPT's code interpreter feature on various computer vision tasks.

How to Train YOLO-NAS on a Custom Dataset

YOLO-NAS is the latest state-of-the-art real-time object detection model. Learn how to train YOLO-NAS on your custom data.

Leveraging Embeddings and Clustering Techniques in Computer Vision

Explore the world of image embeddings in computer vision, as we dive into clustering, dataset assessment, and detecting image duplication. Discover dimensionality reduction techniques like t-SNE and UMAP. Use CLIP embeddings for analyzing image class distribution and identifying similar images.

Zero-Shot Image Annotation with Grounding DINO and SAM - A Notebook Tutorial

In this comprehensive tutorial, discover how to speed up your image annotation process using Grounding DINO and Segment Anything Model. Learn how to convert object detection datasets into instance segmentation datasets, and use these models to automatically annotate your images.

How to Use the Segment Anything Model (SAM)

Discover the incredible potential of Meta AI's Segment Anything Model (SAM) in this comprehensive tutorial! We dive into SAM, an efficient and promptable model for image segmentation, which has revolutionized computer vision tasks.

Grounding DINO : SOTA Zero-Shot Object Detection

Most object detection models are trained to identify a narrow predetermined collection of classes. Zero-shot detectors like Grounding DINO want to break this status quo by making it possible to detect new objects without re-training a model.

Build Computer Vision Applications Faster with Supervision

Learn how Supervision, a new Python package with utilities for building computer vision apps, can help you work through your computer vision projects faster than ever.

How to Code Non-Maximum Suppression (NMS) in Plain NumPy

Double Detection in Computer Vision If you’ve been working with object detection long enough, you’ve undoubtedly encountered the problem of double detection. For some reason, the model detects

Track and Count Objects Using YOLOv8

Counting moving objects is one of the most popular use cases in computer vision. It is used, among other things, in traffic analysis and as part of the automation of manufacturing processes. That is why understanding how to do it well is crucial for any CV engineer.

How to Train YOLOv8 Object Detection on a Custom Dataset

In this article, we walk through how to train a YOLOv8 object detection model using a custom dataset.

How to Train YOLOv7 Instance Segmentation on a Custom Dataset

In this article, we're going to walk through how to detect concrete cracks using instance segmentation.

Track Football Players with Computer Vision

In this post, we use a YOLOv5 detection model and state-of-the-art tracker ByteTRACK to track football players.

Use Docker to Deploy Computer Vision Models

💡Ready to deploy a vision model? Roboflow Inference, the server that powers millions of inferences on the Roboflow platform, is now available as an open source project. See the Quickstart