Tag: computer vision

Carlo Lepelaars

GradCAM, Artificial Intelligence, AI, XAI, Elephant, Keras, Tensorflow

Discussing Explainable AI with Jönköping University professor Beril Sirmacek

The past weeks I have had the honor to talk about Explainable AI (XAI) with Beril Sirmacek for a course she teaches at Jönköping University in Sweden. We talk about how I started with data science and especially computer vision. We go into several XAI techniques. In a follow-up video we also do a deep…
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Convolutional neural networks, leaves, apple trees, plant disease, computer vision, kaggle, weights and biases, wandb

The evolution of mobile CNN architectures

For Weights & Biases I just released a new report researching the evolution of mobile Convolutional Neural Network (CNN) architectures (MobileNet, SqueezeNet, GhostNet, etc.). It also includes a Kaggle Notebook so you compare and experiment with the CNN architectures yourself. Weights & Biases Report Kaggle Notebook

stuffed elephant, computer vision, cnns, 3d, rotation

Estimating 3D rotation with deep learning

For the past two months my colleagues and I at VBTI have been working on estimating 3D rotation with deep learning for various applications. Here we show an example demonstration using a laptop webcam and a stuffed elephant (Ollie). 😁 https://www.linkedin.com/posts/carlolepelaars_vbti-ai-deeplearning-activity-6694260638857867264-eMfK