For our introduction to neural networks on FPGAs, we used a variation on the MNIST dataset made for sign language recognition. It keeps the same 28×28 greyscale image style used by the MNIST dataset released in 1999. As we noted
Introduction In our previous tutorial series, we looked at sign language recognition using the sign language MNIST dataset based off the original 1999 MNIST dataset, which is considered the “Hello World” of machine learning. We did this because we wanted
Part 3: Extracting Kaggle data and building the Convolutional Neural Network (CNN) Welcome to Part 3 of our tutorial where we will be focused on how to extract our data from the Kaggle set and building our Convolutional Neural Network.
In a nutshell, computer vision is the ability for computers to understand the world around them using visual data. In many ways, we take for granted just how complex computer vision is because our primary sense as humans is sight.