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Neural Networks Posts
This experiment reveals the potential of semi-supervised learning, proving the opportunity to train a model using only a small fraction of labeled data.
The complete guide on 3D bounding box interpolation in point cloud episodes in Supervisely.
The complete guide on 3D single object tracking on custom point cloud episodes in Supervisely LiDAR annotation toolbox.
Unleash The Power of Domain Adaptation - How to Train Perfect Segmentation Model on Synthetic Data with HRDA
Tutorial on training accurate and robust Semantic Segmentation model without manual annotation using only synthetic training dataset
We are pleased to share our experience gained from training dozens of models using synthetic data. In this blog post we will provide insights into the training process and present methods to enhance the quality of synthetic data.
Get ready to be impressed by how quickly and accurately Supervisely can estimate human poses using advanced techniques.
Discover how to make the most of Optical Character Recognition (OCR) capabilities within Supervisely.
Discovering animal pose estimation with Supervisely. Learn how to annotate animals using keypoints and State-of-the-Art neural networks.
The complete guide on automatic body pose estimation of animals and humans on your images in Supervisely.
Step-by-step guide for industrial inspection cracks segmentation on images using custom interactive AI model.
How to use text prompts and AI to search and query relevant images in your training datasets.
How to segment and track objects on videos automatically with Segment Anything and XMem to build custom training datasets.
Automatically detect anything with only one example using OWL-ViT - one-shot object detection SOTA
The easiest way to get custom YOLOv8 model trained on your own dataset and deploy it with zero coding in the browser.