This is what it looks when many of the 3,607 CVPR attendees, coming from countless
countries and from all the continents, have lunch together. CVPR Daily owes this lovely
image of friendship and comradery to the kindness of Dave Rushton-Smith of Google.
CVPR Daily: Thursday
Is There a Scientist in the Room?
Besides distributing T-shirts, at the
Spare5 booth they talk about their
service enabling machine learning
teams to generate accurate and diverse
annotations on their datasets to train,
validate, and test their algorithms.
Training Data as a Service
platform is a complete solution for
acquiring and annotating datasets and building ground truth at scale. I
was told there that leaders in machine learning rely on Spare5's
automated platform for efficiencies in accuracy, specificity, scale, cost,
and reduced level of effort in computer vision and natural language