Welcome to MLHub, where we aim to make artificial intellignce (AI), machine learning (ML), and data science accessible to all. For a quick idea of what is possible, have a look at the state-of-the-art in AI for Computer Vision through the azcv package.
MLHUB is an outreach program from Graham Willams to make the experience of using Artificial Intelligence open to everyone. The focus is on using AI within other projects for modern applications, productive tools, for fun and for instruction. Here you can learn how AI tools can be applied to business and science and to our daily activities.
Ai is being used for many tasks today. For example, monitor a bird feeder with cameras to identify when and the type of birds, analyse images from a camera mounted in your car to advise you on danger, read your own hand writing, automatically tag photos with meta data in your 100,000 photo collection, identify and age people in photos, translate speech and text between languages, and predict the outcome of today’s news on tomorrows stock prices.
The system is easy to use with instructions available to guide its use, and the framework provides support by suggesting what to do next at each step. We are trying hard to make it easy to use without dumbing it down.
All you need is a computer that runs Linux (Ubuntu in fact, available on Windows 10, through a Virtual Machine, or as a native installation on your own computer) and an internet connection. Instructions to install are available together with videos that can show you how.
We are regularly adding new packages and taking suggestions and contributions, so come back for more in the futureat https://mlhub.ai. Also visit Tony Nolan’s MLHub demo page for some introductory videos and sample image analysis.