Image Processing Shortcuts using AI and ML: Part 2

In my previous post on image processing shortcuts, I showed how object detection libraries can be utilised to detect objects inside images. But how are these libraries trained to identify objects? In this post, I'll walk through the steps to train an image detection model for specific objects. Why do models need to be trained? … Continue reading Image Processing Shortcuts using AI and ML: Part 2

Image Processing Shortcuts using AI and ML: Part 1

When prepping images for publishing on the web, it is common to look for shortcuts that might speed things up.  And since images generally make up 40-80% of the tonnage on a website, incorrectly prepping image can have a very heavy performance cost, A few months back, I blogged about using screen shots in production (a … Continue reading Image Processing Shortcuts using AI and ML: Part 1