We are looking for interns to participate in Google Summer of Code (GSOC) to help improve the OpenCV library. How the GSOC Process Works OpenCV.org has been selected for Google Summer of Code. That was the first step in the process. Next, we have to submit a list of projects we want to get funding […]
OpenCV.org, the provider of the most comprehensive curriculum for learning Computer Vision online, is partnering with global giant Microsoft to gift 100 hours of GPU time to each of its 2,000 newly enrolled students within its Deep Learning with PyTorch course. AI Courses by OpenCV.org OpenCV.org is committed to making AI education available to the […]
OpenCV 4.2.0 and 3.4.9 have been released
Core OpenVINO toolkit 2019 R1.1 components (Deep Learning Deployment Toolkit, Open Model Zoo) and several toolkit extensions are now available on the GitHub!
Kickstarter Campaign There is a lot of educational material available online for computer vision, machine learning, and AI. However, the material is not organized for beginners to learn effectively. Often the focus is on showing off a cool shiny application without covering the fundamentals. Because of this reason, at OpenCV.org, we have adopted a mission […]
Embedded Vision Summit is an annual industry conference focussed on computer vision and machine learning for embedded devices. This year it will be held in Santa Clara, California between May 20-23. The keynote speakers talking at the conference are Dr. Ramesh Raskar, Associate Professor at MIT Media Labs, and Pete Warden, Staff Research Engineer at […]
OpenCV 4.1 has been released