Livestream: Walk-Through Using the TensorFlow Object Detection API

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The TensorFlow Object Detection API is an open source framework that can be used to develop, train, and deploy deep learning models. It has enabled data scientists and computer vision engineers to create object detection applications using state-of-the-art model architectures. This demonstration will give an introduction to object localization and image segmentation models, and provide a walk-through showing the steps necessary to train and deploy models to production.

Andrew is a Data Scientist at Strong Analytics, where he integrates machine learning and computer vision into the development of new technologies. Strong Analytics is a data science consulting firm that works with companies of all sizes, from startups to the Fortune 100, in developing, engineering, and deploying machine learning-based technologies. Andrew's primary work has been in developing deep learning-based 3D object detection and tracking models for use in optimizing last-mile logistics by global shipping companies.

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