What is Super Resolution?
While writing an article or creating a YouTube video, have you ever encountered a problem where you want to use a certain image, but its resolution is too low and unclear, so you have to use a less suitable but more crisp image?
Machine learning-based super resolution might be the solution to this problem.
In its essence, super resolution in machine learning refers to models that take a low-resolution image as input and produce an upscaled, clear, high-resolution image as the output.
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The Tl;dr Version
Durable builds websites for you within a few seconds. If you don’t have any coding experience and want to build a website,
Durable can help you out. The AI asks specific questions to understand the user’s expectations and delivers a website accordingly.
While it might not be able to build an advanced website, it’s good for personal or small business websites. It chooses the layout, colors, fonts, and other elements for you so you can sit back while the personal AI assistant does all the work for you.
Continue reading “Durable AI Review 2024 – How Effective is Durable AI Website Builder?”
Swarm intelligence (SI) is the collective behavior of decentralized, self-organized systems, whether natural or artificial. It’s an emerging field of biologically-inspired artificial intelligence based on the behavioral models of social insects such as ants, bees, wasps, termites, etc.
All swarm intelligence agents have two properties in common:
Self-organization: Any interaction is executed based on local information rather than the global context.
Division of Labor: Task/Workload is distributed among the entire population as needed.
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The Flutter SDK allows you to build Android, iOS, web, and desktop apps from a single codebase. This is done using platform-specific features as well as media queries, and it enables developers to ship applications faster. Flutter also offers close- to-instant feedback with the hot reload feature, enabling you to iterate quickly on your application.
In this piece, we’ll cover the fundamental concepts you need in order to start working with Flutter.
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Computer vision (CV) refers to the processes and technologies involved in helping machines “see” the world much like humans do by interpreting and understanding context. The difference between a machine and a human is that algorithms process information by transforming it into numerical models.
Although CV originated in the late fifties, it has grown exponentially in the last decade due to increased computational power offered by cloud technologies, dedicated hardware, and more advancements.
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Core ML was released in June at WWDC 2017. They “introduc[ed] machine learning frameworks just for you guys to enable all the awesome things.” In the announcement, they promised image recognition, word prediction in keyboards, showing pictures of only red flowers all happening directly on the device. So 8 months later, what awesome things are we doing with Core ML and AI on mobile devices?
Continue reading “The Coming Wave of AI-Enabled Apps — GitHub Edition”
I recently had a friend text me and say, “Andrew, I’ve been getting a ton of matches on Tinder, but I still haven’t been able to find the one. I think it’s because I’m not using enough linear algebra. Can you help me out?”
And I replied, “Wow, that’s a weirdly specific question. This sounds like a fake situation. But yes, of course, I’ll see what I can do.” In this article, we’ll set out to help my friend find the one. But how?
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It’s great that you’re thinking of building your own machine learning-powered mobile app — but there are some key considerations to keep in mind. This article will discuss three things that can keep you on-track to quickly, efficiently, and effectively building your app.
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In our review of object detection papers, we looked at several solutions, including Mask R-CNN. The model classifies and localizes objects using bounding boxes. It also classifies each pixel into a set of categories.
Therefore, it also produces a segmentation mask for each Region of Interest. In this piece, we’ll work through an implementation of Mask R-CNN in Python for image segmentation.
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