I created this article because Intel offered some videos to run inference and made these free cultural works while I was there. The videos are useful and free, but sometimes, you just want to test on an image.
My mother, Masayo, was on a mission in Utah working on translation of older handwritten documents the family history center in Salt Lake. She had complained some were too difficult to read. I worked on this demo to assist my mother. Honto, neh! https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/developer/articles/technical/japanese-rec.html
Spoke about privacy and AI. Also discussed 3D printing, copyright and surveillance. https://law.yale.edu/center-global-legal-challenges/events/past-events-2019-20
The reason I did this write up is, just an informative piece. Maybe I should have also done one about using base64 to encode, not encrypt . https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/developer/articles/technical/verify-md5sum.html
In this article, I discuss NCS2 and acceleration using fp16. https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/developer/articles/technical/intel-neural-compute-stick-2-intel-ncs-2-and-16-floating-point-fp16.html
Worked on a few projects. Held workshops at Arizona State University for the Linux User Group, Gangplank makerspace, Linux + Pi at a tea shop, and Queen Creek Library. BDFL of Copper Linux, a GNU Linux User Group. Created an image with Deep Learning tools and OpenCV.
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