Hands-on Tutorials, A comprehensive guide to

Using tflite and SSD-MobileNet

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Photo by Weston MacKinnon on Unsplash | Just some objects :D

Introduction

In this guide, we will be developing an application in Flutter using the tflite package and a pre-trained SSD-MobileNet model, capable of detecting objects in images and real-time camera stream. This application is capable of detecting objects offline. We will also be able to take pictures from within the app and feed it to the model for detection.

Setting up the project

Setup Flutter on your machine if you haven’t already. This guide in the Flutter website is a great place to start. After setting up Flutter, create a new project by typing the following in your terminal.


Flutter your way to beautiful cross-platform apps

How I built a Covid-19 Dashboard Application in less than a week of starting Flutter

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Photo by Miikka Luotio on Unsplash | Dart

Introduction

In this article, I am going to share my experience learning and building a simple application in Flutter. What I made is a dashboard application for the Covid-19 statistics of all the countries. I started learning Flutter in a Sunday morning, and by Saturday evening, I was building the release apk on my machine.

You can look at the project on my GitHub. Any changes and suggestions are welcome and appreciated. You can also contribute to make it better.

You can download the apk from here.

What Flutter really is

Flutter is Google’s UI toolkit for building beautiful, natively compiled applications for mobile, web, and desktop from a single codebase. …


How I built a Web App that can classify from five different flowers based on the uploaded image.

Built using Streamlit and Python.

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Photo by Colter Olmstead on Unsplash

Introduction

After spending some time looking at Deep Learning with TensorFlow and training some models on my own, I decided to make the model meaningful. Making a model and training it is one thing, but deploying it and creating something that even people with no experience can work with is another.

That’s when I discovered Streamlit, it is an open source framework that let’s you create data apps in pure Python. I had little to no experience in creating Web Apps using JavaScript frameworks, but using Streamlit, I could do that in Python.

You can learn more about Streamlit on their website. …

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Rupak Karki

Data Science and Machine Learning enthusiast.

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