Lets play a game: can you tell the difference between these two sentences?
“Most of the time, travellers worry about their luggage.”
“Most of the time travellers worry about their luggage.”
Whoa, remove the comma and all of a sudden we’re having an entirely different conversation!
The little nuances of language can be hard enough for a human to understand, let alone a computer! How could we possibly teach a computer to understand the difference?
The new Open Images dataset gives us everything we need to train computer vision models, and just happens to be perfect for a demo! Tensorflow’s Object Detection API and its ability to handle large volumes of data make it a perfect choice, so let’s jump right in…
This is easy to understand, right?
How about this? A bit harder?
Are you able to decipher this one at all?
courtesy of Faris Algosaibi
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