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Learn Computer Vision with Python in Cloud

Learn Computer Vision with Python in Cloud

Data Science Dojo has launched  Jupyter Hub for Computer Vision using Python offering to the Azure marketplace with pre-installed computer vision libraries and pre-cloned GitHub repositories of famous Computer Vision books and courses which enables the learner to run the example codes provided.

What is Computer Vision?

Computer vision is a field of artificial intelligence that enables machines to derive meaningful information from visual inputs.   

Computer Vision using Python

In the world of computer vision, Python is a mainstay. Even if you are a beginner or the Python application you are reviewing was created by a beginner, Python is straightforward to understand code. Because the majority of computer vision code is extremely difficult, developers can devote more time to the areas that need it.

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Computer Vision using Python

Challenges for Individuals

Individuals who want to understand digital images and want to start with Computer Vision usually lack the resources to gain hands-on experience with Computer Vision. A beginner in Computer Vision also faces compatibility issues while installing libraries.

What We Provide

Jupyter Hub for Computer Vision using Python solves all the challenges by providing you an effortless coding environment in the cloud with pre-installed computer vision python libraries which reduces the burden of installation and maintenance of tasks hence solving the compatibility issues for an individual. Moreover, this offer provides the learner with repositories of famous books and courses on Computer Vision which contain helpful notebooks which serve as a learning resource for a learner in gaining hands-on experience with Computer Vision. The heavy computations required for Computer Vision applications are not performed on the learner’s local machine. Instead, they are performed in the Azure cloud, which increases responsiveness and processing speed. 

Listed below are the pre-installed computer vision python libraries and the sources of repositories of Computer Vision books provided by this offer:

Python Libraries:

  • Numpy
  • Matplotlib
  • Pandas
  • Seaborn
  • OpenCV
  • Scikit Image
  • Simple CV
  • PyTorch
  • Torchvision
  • Pillow   
  • Tesseract
  • Pytorchcv
  • Fastai
  • Keras
  • TensorFlow
  • Imutils
  • Albumentations

Repositories:

  • GitHub repository of book Modern Computer Vision with PyTorch, by author V Kishore Ayyadevara and Yeshwanth Reddy.
  • GitHub repository of Computer Vision Nanodegree Program, by Udacity.
  • GitHub repository of book OpenCV 3 Computer Vision with Python Cookbook, by author Aleksandr Rybnikov.
  • GitHub repository of book Hands-On Computer Vision with TensorFlow 2, by authors Benjamin Planche and Eliot Andres.

Conclusion

Jupyter Hub for Computer Vision using Python provides an in-browser coding environment with just a single click, hence providing ease of installation. Through this offer, a learner can dive into the world of Computer Vision to work with its various applications including automotive safety, self-driving cars, medical imaging, fraud detection, surveillance, intelligent video analytics, image segmentation, and code and character reader (or OCR). Jupyter Hub for Computer Vision using Python offered by Data Science Dojo is ideal to learn more about Computer Vision without the need to worry about configurations and computing resources. The heavy resource requirement to deal with large Images, and process and analyzes those images with computer vision techniques is no more an issue as data-intensive computations are now performed on Microsoft Azure which increases processing speed. 

At Data Science Dojo, we deliver data science education, consulting, and technical services to increase the power of data. We are therefore adding a free Jupyter Notebook Environment dedicated specifically for Computer Vision using Python. Install the Jupyter Hub offer now from the Azure Marketplace, your ideal companion in your journey to learn data science!

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