Computer Vision with MobileNet


Computer Vision with MobileNet, Using MobileNet Architectures for Image Classification.

Course Description

This course provides a comprehensive understanding of MobileNet, a state-of-the-art deep learning architecture for resource-constrained devices such as smartphones and IoT devices. MobileNet is optimized for real-time image and video classification, making it an ideal choice for cutting-edge computer vision applications.

One of the key innovations in MobileNet is the use of depthwise separable convolutions, which allow for efficient computation and reduced memory footprint compared to traditional convolutional neural networks (CNNs). In this course, you’ll learn about the computational costs of standard convolutions and how depthwise separable convolutions reduce computational overhead.

You’ll also delve into the architecture of MobileNet, including the use of linear bottlenecks and inverted residuals to optimize performance. In addition, you’ll explore squeeze and excitation layers, which add a self-attention mechanism to the network, allowing it to focus on the most important features in an input image.

The course includes hands-on demonstrations and practical exercises that allow you to experience the power of MobileNet in action. You’ll perform image classification on the Describable Textures Dataset using the SuperGradients training library and see how MobileNet can solve real-world problems in computer vision.

In conclusion, this course is designed for anyone interested in deep learning, computer vision, or edge computing. Whether you’re a computer science student, a machine learning engineer, or a researcher, you’ll leave this course with a comprehensive understanding of MobileNet, its architecture, and its applications. So, don’t miss out on this opportunity to advance your skills in deep learning on edge!

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