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Re: using strict

by chip (Curate)
on Mar 22, 2004 at 20:57 UTC ( #338766=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

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[Corion]: Mhhmmm - https://sod.pixlab .io/ looks really interesting for embedding with Perl (XS), but they don't have any kind of free model available and the cheapest pretrained model costs EUR 40 :-(
[Corion]: Maybe I should mail them to find out if they can provide me a "hotdog / no hotdog" model for developping the XS bindings. It would be nice to have a self-contained XS library for applying models to data. Or maybe I should look at TensorFlow, which can...
[Corion]: ... at least be trained by me, instead of relying on a vendor
[Discipulus]: complex and interesting
[Corion]: Discipulus: My hope would be that you can install the module from CPAN, download a model, and get image descriptions/ object detection within half a day, which would be great :)
[Corion]: But it seems that at least for that library, this won't work. But maybe the TensorFlow people have made pretrained model data available, and my task is then to repackage the TensorFlow C API and an example into a proper XS file :)

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