Construyendo un clasificador de imágenes offline y móvil con Azure Custom Vision y Xamarin

 
Spanish (Mexico) Intermediate AI & Machine Learning

Azure Custom Vision permite crear poderosos clasificadores de imágenes en cuestión de minutos sin requerir una expertiz compleja en inteligencia artificial. Simplemente alimenta el servicio con imágenes para que éste se adapte a tus propias necesidades, etiquétalas y entrena un modelo que puede ser publicado en línea, disponible para ser utilizado por tus aplicaciones. El servicio cuenta con un SDK que te permite automatizar el proceso. Mejor aún, este modelo puede ser exportado como paquete (Tensorflow, CoreML, ONNX), ideal para escenarios offline con resultados en tiempo real (sin latencia), típico de aplicaciones móviles (o web). En esta sesión el servicio Custom Vision será descrito. Posteriormente, un clasificador de imágenes será creado utilizando el SDK disponible para .NET a partir de miles de imágenes. El modelo producido será exportado en formatos Tensorflow y CoreML para integrarlo en aplicaciones móviles de Android e iOS, respectivamente.

Speaker

Luis Beltran

Microsoft MVP, Xamarin Certified Mobile Developer

Hello! My name is Luis. I'm a Microsoft MVP in Developer Technologies and Artificial Intelligence, Xamarin Certified Mobile Developer, and lecturer at Instituto Tecnológico de Celaya in Mexico. I am currently pursuing a PhD in Engineering Informatics at Tomas Bata University in Zlin, Czech Republic. I am a fan of software development, particularly mobile apps with Xamarin integrated with cloud computing services, such as Azure. Moreover, Artificial Intelligence is amazing and one of my favorite topics! I've been developing .NET apps for more than 10 years. I find C# a really powerful language which allow us to create different kinds of software. I enjoy sharing my knowledge with others, either at writing a blog post or streaming an online session. Of course, activities such as talking for a conference and answering peeps' questions in social networks are included as well.

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