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Using Pose Estimation on the Jetson Nano with alwaysAI
By Lila Mullany • Jul 07, 2020
A how-to tutorial on using pose estimation on the Jetson Nano with alwaysAI.
Deploying computer vision applications with Balena and alwaysAI
By Jason Koo • May 05, 2020
How-to guide on preparing your alwaysAI application for deploying with balena easily and quickly.
Tracking Raspberry Pi Internal Temperatures in Computer Vision Apps
By Lila Mullany • Mar 24, 2020
Track Raspberry Pi internal temperatures, enabling you to power down applications before overheating, and restart after sufficient cooling.
How to Build a Simple Computer Vision Texting App Using Twilio
By Carlos Lazo • Mar 20, 2020
Here, we’ll show you how easy it is to send automated text messages with a basic example of a computer vision app that can detect a chair and alert a user.
Integrate alwaysAI with External Applications Using (TCP) Sockets
By Taiga Ishida • Feb 28, 2020
Using Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) sockets with the alwaysAI platform allows an application to communicate with external applications.
How to Identify Anything Using Image Classification
By Andres Ulloa • Feb 24, 2020
We’ll be focusing on image classification, which is a technique used in computer vision to identify and categorize content, like birds classification
How to Recognize Human Activity and Pose Estimation Using alwaysAI
By Andres Ulloa • Feb 14, 2020
Learn how we used alwaysAI computer vision to create an application that can determine pose estimation and human activity.
Getting Started with the Jetson Nano using alwaysAI
By Safir Alvi • Feb 03, 2020
The Jetson Nano is a powerful compactly-packaged AI accelerator that allows you to run intensive models with shorter inference time.
Using Pose Estimation and Object Detection to Rescue the Elderly
By Vikram Gupta • Dec 11, 2019
Learn how we combined the Qualcomm® Robotics RB3 platform, our computer vision developer platform, and the Object Detection demo elderly care robot.
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