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It’s a Bird, It’s a Plane, It’s a Classified Flying Object

 How Computer Vision Is Used To Classify Objects. Featuring in-depth explanations and interviews with AiBUY and Pensa Systems about their computer vision classification applications in retail and eCommerce. The Task Image classification is one of the fundamental computer vision tasks. Just as humans can categorize images and objects into distinct classes, different applications require machines to distinguish among different object categories. Given an input image and a set of predefined labels (e.g. {bird, plane, superman}), a classification algorithm should be able to identify image features and assign a class score to the image. That sounds relatively easy, doesn’t

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