Top 10 Computer Vision Frameworks You Need To Know In 2020

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Computer vision, an AI technology that helps computers to understand and label images, is now used in convenience stores, driverless car testing, daily medical diagnostics, and monitoring the health of crops and livestock market.

Computer vision is a field of artificial intelligence that trains computers to interpret and understand the visual world. Using digital images from cameras and videos and deep learning models, machines can accurately identify and classify objects — and then react to what they “see.”

Here are top Computer Vision tools that you should know about.

 

Top 10 Most Popular Computer Vision Tools in 2020

 

OpenCV

OpenCV (Open Source Computer Vision Library) is an open-source computer vision and machine learning software library. OpenCV was built to provide a common infrastructure for computer vision applications and to accelerate the use of machine perception in commercial products.

Being a BSD-licensed product, OpenCV makes it easy for businesses to utilize and modify the code.

 

 

Google Cloud and Mobile Vision APIs

Google Cloud offers two computer vision products that use machine learning to help you understand your images with industry-leading prediction accuracy.

Google Cloud’s Vision API offers powerful pre-trained machine learning models through REST and RPC APIs. Assign labels to images and quickly classify them into millions of predefined categories. Detect objects and faces, read printed and handwritten text, and build valuable metadata into your image catalog.

 

 

Amazon Rekognition

Amazon Rekognition makes it easy to add image and video analysis to your applications using proven, highly scalable, deep learning technology that requires no machine learning expertise to use. With Amazon Rekognition, you can identify objects, people, text, scenes, and activities in images and videos, as well as detect any inappropriate content.

Amazon Rekognition also provides highly accurate facial analysis and facial search capabilities that you can use to detect, analyze, and compare faces for a wide variety of user verification, people counting, and public safety use cases.

DeepFaceLab

DeepFaceLab is an open-source deepfake system created by \textbf{iperov} for face swapping with more than 3,000 forks and 13,000 stars in Github: it provides an imperative and easy-to-use pipeline for people to use with no comprehensive understanding of deep learning framework or with model implementation required, while remains a flexible and loose coupling structure for people who need to strengthen their own pipeline with other features without writing complicated boilerplate code.

Here they detail the principles that drive the implementation of DeepFaceLab and introduce the pipeline of it, through which every aspect of the pipeline can be modified painlessly by users to achieve their customization purpose, and it’s noteworthy that DeepFaceLab could achieve results with high fidelity and indeed indiscernible by mainstream forgery detection approaches. 

 

 

TensorFlow

TensorFlow is an end-to-end open source platform for machine learning. It has a comprehensive, flexible ecosystem of tools, libraries and community resources that lets researchers push the state-of-the-art in ML and developers easily build and deploy ML powered applications.

Raster Vision

Raster Vision is an open source Python framework for building computer vision models on satellite, aerial, and other large imagery sets (including oblique drone imagery).

It allows users (who don’t need to be experts in deep learning!) to quickly and repeatably configure experiments that execute a machine learning pipeline including: analyzing training data, creating training chips, training models, creating predictions, evaluating models, and bundling the model files and configuration for easy deployment.

SimpleCV

SimpleCV is an open source framework for building computer vision applications. With it, you get access to several high-powered computer vision libraries such as OpenCV – without having to first learn about bit depths, file formats, color spaces, buffer management, eigenvalues, or matrix versus bitmap storage. This is computer vision made easy.

 

 

JeelizFaceFilter

jeelizFaceFilter – Javascript/WebGL lightweight face tracking library designed for augmented reality webcam filters.

 

 

GPUImage

The GPUImage framework is a BSD-licensed iOS library that lets you apply GPU-accelerated filters and other effects to images, live camera video, and movies. In comparison to Core Image (part of iOS 5.0), GPUImage allows you to write your own custom filters, supports deployment to iOS 4.0, and has a simpler interface.

However, it currently lacks some of the more advanced features of Core Image, such as facial detection.

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