Platform Accelerates Data Preparation For Machine Learning

Alegion, a training data preparation platform for artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning, adds a suite of image and video annotation tools for training data in computer vision initiatives. The added capabilities are specialized for data tasks like image classification, object localization, and semantic segmentation, and are viable for use in retail, automotive, technology, government, and financial service applications.

 

Alegion’s enterprise computer vision suite features machine learning-assisted capabilities such as object proposal in imagery, object tracking in video, and super-pixel algorithms for semantic segmentation that increase efficiency and accuracy in image and video annotations. These capabilities are integrated with other enterprise platform features including iterative task workflows, complex taxonomy support, nested entity relationship classifications, and machine learning-augmented quality controls.

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Alegion’s computer vision solution is currently available for all customers. For more information, checkout the product page.

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