November 12, 2019

Sharing Computer Vision models

Jan Van de Poel @janvdp

After letting users create really good vision models, we set our sights on letting users share them with others. Instead of everyone creating their own image recognition models, we believe the world can benefit greatly by just using existing models that fit your needs...

We're very happy to share that you can now invite others to use your model to make predictions... :D

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