Platform Creates AI Image Recognition Models Without Code

Neurotechnology’s SentiSight.ai is a web-based platform for artificial-intelligence-based image recognition applications powered by deep neural networks. Reportedly, the platform brings solutions for image recognition tasks within reach of all users, from first-timer to expert. SentiSight.ai’s intuitive interface lets users develop their own customized, deep learning models for image classification without having to write any code.

 

The AI models can be used for a variety of image recognition tasks, such as moderating user content (e.g., detecting objectionable images), tagging images with visible ads, detecting damaged products, classifying x-ray photos and much more. Tools include:

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  • Image labeling toolkit. The process of data labeling is very important, but it can also be time-consuming. SentiSight.ai tools make this work easier and a lot more efficient. Image labeling is done using an intuitive interface and the output labels are automatically saved in a correct format that is suitable for deep learning algorithms.
  • Interactive model training environment. Interactive model training provides the ability to track training processes and explore the results. SentiSight.ai produces statistics—prediction accuracy, precision, recall, F1 score and many others—that allow users to measure their models’ performance. Users can immediately view, filter and download the predictions. Trained models can either be used online inside the SentiSight.ai platform or via REST API.
  • Custom projects. For those who have a large and complicated project or just need a little more help, Neurotechnology experts can assist with the workflow.

 

For more information, visit SentiSight.ai and Neurotechnology.