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September 15, 2017 AT 3:00 pm

DIY Object Recognition with Raspberry Pi, Node.js, & Watson @Raspberry_Pi #PiDay #RaspberryPi

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Rad post from Christopher Hiller.

A glorious thing nowadays is that you needn’t be an AI researcher nor have expensive hardware to leverage machine learning in your projects.

Granted, a domain-specific design will net greater benefits in the long run. Yet, until recently, a general-purpose, off-the-shelf solution wasn’t easily consumable by your average developer (that’s me). Nor was such a monster available—by virtue of APIs—to resource-constrained devices.

Below, I’ll introduce the reader (that’s you) to API-based object recognition, and how to implement with cheap hardware and JavaScript.

Read more.


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