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(The Verge)   Google is making a computer vision kit for Raspberry Pi which includes three neural network models   ( theverge.com) divider line
    More: Cool, Artificial intelligence, Raspberry Pi, AIY Vision Kit, Raspberry Pi tinkerers, Machine learning, Computer vision, Raspberry Pi-controlled devices, cute cardboard box  
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2017-12-01 10:29:27 AM  
Ok, that's cool.  I will be pre-ordering soon.  I wonder if I can expect it before May.
 
2017-12-01 12:01:53 PM  

three neural network models


"A looerning com-pyootah. The more contact I have with humans, the more I looern."


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2017-12-01 12:48:24 PM  
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2017-12-01 02:17:12 PM  
Got money that says images/data are uploaded to Google.
 
2017-12-01 02:33:11 PM  

fastfxr: Got money that says images/data are uploaded to Google.


AD (article) says it works offline.  Expansion board does the processing.
 
2017-12-01 02:34:24 PM  
Soon we'll have the technology to help women detect the bag of dildos before the button locking the office is pressed.
 
2017-12-01 03:03:17 PM  

theresnothinglft: fastfxr: Got money that says images/data are uploaded to Google.

AD (article) says it works offline.  Expansion board does the processing.


That was clarified all the way down on the first sentence of the third paragraph in a four paragraph article. Ain't nobody got time to read that much before posting a complaint.
 
2017-12-01 03:29:34 PM  
I played with Android Things on my rPi 3 this last weekend when working on a pet project. Didn't care for it. I don't know if that is what will be used for this particular project, but to work with Android Things you have to effectively bake an image through their website with the modules you want to load and then "burn" it to the micro SD card. From there it wanted me to use the API from other projects (the one I used was github hosted) and do everything through that.

I much prefer using Raspbian and a package management system for projects.
 
2017-12-01 03:37:42 PM  

theresnothinglft: fastfxr: Got money that says images/data are uploaded to Google.

AD (article) says it works offline.  Expansion board does the processing.


Now I'm interested in the VisionBonnet board... My sister wants to set up a chicken coop in her backyard and I joked about setting her up with a chicken recognizer to control the door and keep predators out.

Might have to follow through!

/ chicken recognition
// chicken recognition
/// chicken recognition
 
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