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I want to be able to search within an image for similar results.
When using Similarity Search, I want to be able to be able to drag a bounding box around specific items within an image to perform a similar image search. The service only allowed me to analyze the entire image for similar results.
In certain scenarios we require to read text from a screen image. For example, to read data from a scanned image or from a mobile phone image.Currently we need to use Google's computer vision API for OCR as a service, it would be nice if we have t...
Providing training, testing and sample management tooling
Based on capabilities provided by open source projects like nVidia DIGITS, the WVR service lacks capabilities for managing the training data, the training results, the models generated, the model results, as well as unimplemented maintenance and i...
The pricing is difficult to find (all the way towards the bottom of the VR homepage), and the feature names attached to the prices don't seem to actually match up with what they're called in the demo and docs. For example, does 'Image Classificati...
video content is looking for visual recognition capability, but we can only handle image at the moment, for video content, we need to extract the frame from the video to do analysis, it raise the technical barrier for the massive usage.
it will b...
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