In previous posts we saw how a video could be visualized and how to search for an object within a video. Now, we can go one step further and search for an event.
Akridata’s Data Explorer offers an interactive platform, where the accuracy metrics are connected directly to the data, saving valuable time in analyzing model’s accuracy, understanding what caused inaccuracies and allowing DS teams to target the next training cycle exactly where the model misfires.
Data Explorer now provides a text interface where you simply type what are searching for, and Data Explorer will provide the relevant images.
By defining the Region of Interest within visual datasets, organizations can better train their computer vision models and improve their accuracy, image segmentation, and data tracking and analysis.
A dataset of images, used for computer vision tasks, could be the key to success or failure. A clean dataset could lead the way to a great algorithm and model
A visual dataset used for computer vision tasks, could be the key to success or failure. So how do you make sure your algorithm and model are based on strong foundations?
Data Explorer allows you to search the dataset for images that are similar to a certain image. Searching is performed based on the feature vector of each image with no metadata required.
In this blog, we will see how to automatically select a subset of images for training.
Data Explorer manipulates videos, modifies frame rate for faster processing, splits them into scenes and allows for further curation and exploration.
We see how to perform an image based search or a patch based search in a video, and increase the chances of finding results in different scenes.