Pantry Log–Microsoft Cognitive, IOT and Mobile App for Managing your Fridge Food Stock

We are Ami Zou (CS & Math), Silvia Sapora(CS), and Elena Liu (Engineering), three undergraduate students from UCL, Imperial College London, and Cambridge University respectively. None of us knew each other before participating to Hack Cambridge Ternary, but we were very fortunate to have been team-matched. We soon discovered that our skills and interest were…

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Computer Vision Workshop using Microsoft Computer Vision API, Customvision.ai and Cognitive Tool CNTK+KERAS

Guest post from Shu Ishida Microsoft Team Leader at Oxford University My name is Shu Ishida. I am a third year engineering student, and team lead for the Microsoft Student Partner Chapter at the University of Oxford. I am into web development and machine learning, and my ambition is to help break down educational, cultural…

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Microsoft Customvision.ai workshop

Guest post by Isaac Hutt Microsoft Student Partner at Imperial College On Thursday the 8th of February Mason Cusack,  an Engineer from Microsoft delivered a fascinating Workshop on Microsoft’s Custom Vision service supported by the Microsoft Student Partners to an audience of Computing Students. The event started with a general talk on Microsoft Cognitive services…

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Getting started building an iOS Offline App using Customvision.ai

This a post based on my colleague Anze Vodovnik demo at this Cambridge Hack www.vodovnik.com/2018/01/20/a-look-at-computer-vision/ The following is a short step by step tutorial on how to build a .NET core application and run this on Apple iPhone X with no connectivity Getting Started To get started, go to https://customvision.ai. You’ll be greeted by a…

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Utilizing Custom Vision AI for creating Cognitive Services Projects

Guest post by Sidak Pasricha Microsoft Student Partner at UCL Personal Introduction: Hello! My name is Sidak and I’m a Microsoft Student Partner currently pursuing Computer Science Engineering at UCL. My interest areas mainly include Artificial Intelligence, Robotics and Video Game Development but I am open to any other technologies as I enjoy learning new…

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Microsoft Custom Vision API and Intelligent Edge with iOS 11

To enable developers to build for the intelligent edge, Custom Vision Service from Microsoft Cognitive Services has added mobile model export. Custom Vision Service is a tool for easily training, deploying, and improving custom image classifiers. With just a handful of images per category, you can train your own image classifier in minutes. With the…

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Using Microsoft CustomVision.ai Service for image recognition

  To build a classifier, you must first have a valid Microsoft Account, so you can sign into http://www.customvision.ai and get started. Note that you will be able to access your subscription keys once you have created your first project. A series of images to train your classifier (minimum of 6 images per tag and…

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Getting Started with http://customvision.ai – creating a custom model for image recognition.

Guest blog by Julian Chow Microsoft Student Partner at Imperial College London. Introduction: I am Julian, a first year student studying Computing at Imperial College London. I was born and raised in Hong Kong, where I developed a great enthusiasm for football, the outdoors, and technology. Using Custom Vision to easily build and train image…

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