LiDAR and Camera Fusion in Self-Driving Cars

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Sensor fusion is one of the key aspects of self-driving cars.

If we take a look at the 4 main elements of self-driving vehicles, we can categorize sensor fusion a part of both the perception and the localization world. The reason is simple: both these disciplines use multiple sensors to function.

For example, perception is using cameras, LiDARs, and RADARs to detect obstacles’ classes, positions, and velocities with high accuracy. Localization, on the other hand, fuses GPS, LiDAR, and camera data to get an accurate position with centimeter-level accuracy.

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Introducing the Fritz AI Dataset Collection System

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Today we’re excited to announce the Fritz AI Dataset Collection System, an important piece in our effort to help ML teams and developers generate, collect, and use data for mobile machine learning projects.

Data is a critical component to AI workflows, and the best data comes from the real world, where your models are (or will be) deployed.

For mobile machine learning projects, that means a user’s phone. The new Dataset Collection system makes it easy to gather this data through the same convenient SDK that delivers and runs your models.

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Organizing mobile machine learning projects with the Fritz CLI

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When the dust settled on a recent mobile machine learning project, we had accumulated 392 different model checkpoints. With numerous architectures to test, dozens of hyperparameters to sweep, and multiple on-device formats to support, models piled up quickly.

Staying organized and creating efficient workflows were the keys to success. We knew we needed to make this process easier—so we developed a set of command line tools to help.

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Vision Image Similarity Using Feature Prints in iOS

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Apple gave its Vision framework a major boost during WWDC 2019 by adding a lot of advancements. From expanding the number of classes (the term taxonomy is used for this) of its image classification requests to improvements in its face technology and text recognition requests, Apple is bringing in some really interesting improvements in computer vision for iOS.

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Distributing on-device machine learning models with tags and metadata

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Developers using Fritz AI can now add tags and metadata to on-device machine learning models. Models can be queried by tags and loaded dynamically via the iOS and Android SDKs, giving you more control over distribution and usage.

Deliver models to users based on hardware, location, software environment, or any other attribute.

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Real-Time Style Transfer for iOS— Transform your photos and videos into masterpieces

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Neural networks have many practical use cases, from identifying street signs and people in self-driving cars to recognizing text and transcribing audio.

But one of the more fun use cases is applying the “style” of one image to another. Neural networks can be trained to tease apart the content of a painting from the style of a painting.

The results can then be applied to any image. The result is a set of fun photo filters that replicate famous paintings.

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