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Getting Turi Create to train a model, with a GPU, on Colab was no small feat. In the rest of this post I will share how I was able to conquer the beast and train an Image Classification model on a Tesla T4 GPU. At the end, I link you directly to the code so you can play around for yourself.

by Tyler Hutcherson

This post is the 3rd installment in a series devoted to activity classification leveraging machine learning and on-device sensor data. In part 1, I shared about the tedious data collection process. Then in part 2, I showed you how to put the data to good use, training an activity classification model with Apple’s Turi Create. This last post will take you through an example iOS application (for iPhone) that leverages the machine learning model you’ve prepared and Skafos.ai for delivery.

by Tyler Hutcherson

This tutorial walks you through the process of taking data from Google’s Open Images Dataset and adjusting the bounding box coordinate system for use within the Turi Create Framework. We will do this using a nifty toolkit called OIDv4 Toolkit to retrieve the data we need.

by Dr. Miriam Friedel