Whether you're working on object detection, instance segmentation, or classification tasks, having a reliable and easy-to-use computer vision model is essential.
In this blog post, we'll explore how you can
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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.
The article below was contributed by Timothy Malche, an assistant professor in the Department of Computer Applications at Manipal University Jaipur.
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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.
When you are training machine learning models, it is essential to pick hardware that optimizes your models performance relative to cost. In training, the name of the game is speed per epoch – how fast can your hardware run the calculations it needs to train your model on your data.