Team Roboflow decided to end 2022 strong and kick off 2023 with a bang by shipping 12 new features in 12 days. Updates were made to model-assisted labeling, model training, annotation tools, the REST API, Python SDK, and more.
Roboflow’s Collaborative Annotation
[https://blog.roboflow.com/annotation-workflow/] and Label Only User
[https://blog.roboflow.com/labeler-access/] features have helped over 100,000
users annotate more than 100 million
The Roboflow Notebooks GitHub repo [https://github.com/roboflow-ai/notebooks]
contains over 20 open source computer vision notebooks with step-by-step guides
on using 13 different computer vision model architectures. Along
Roboflow now supports semantic segmentation projects end-to-end allowing you to use Roboflow Annotate to label data, Roboflow Train to build models, and Roboflow Deploy for inference.
This release, alongside support
Since its launch in August 2021, Roboflow Universe has become the largest
collection of open source datasets and pre-trained computer vision models
[https://blog.roboflow.com/computer-vision-datasets-and-apis/]. Our goal is
Roboflow has extensive deployment options [https://roboflow.com/deploy] for
getting your model into production. But, sometimes, you just want to get
something simple running on your development machine.