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SuperAnnotate Partners With OpenCV To Allow Anyone To Build A Smart Camera with AI

SuperAnnotate, an AI-powered computer vision platform for data scientists and annotation teams, announces its partnership with OpenCV, a non-profit organization that has built the largest collection of open source computer vision algorithms in the world.

Under this partnership, SuperAnnotate provides OpenCV AI Kit (OAK) users with access to its platform and launches a special computer vision course teaching users how to build their own AI models and set up the AI Kit’s camera to detect objects using machine learning. In addition, SuperAnnotate grants OpenCV AI Kit users a $200 credit for its services to set up their systems on its platform.

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OpenCV AI Kit is a multi-camera device capable of performing computer vision and 3D perception tasks. It can identify objects, count people, find distances to and between things in frame and more. Since its launch, the OpenCV team has distributed around 11k of these cameras.

Companies of various sizes and computer vision enthusiasts can apply the OpenCV AI Kit to build visual assistance, drone and security applications, precision agriculture or COVID-related detection devices. Whether in academia or industry, researchers working with computer vision systems may also use the Kit for scientific purposes.

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SuperAnnotate provides a NoCode solution for computer vision: its users can build smart devices without any computer vision and coding experience. With SuperAnnotate, teams manage the entire process of image annotation, handle responsibilities and workflows, and utilize its iterative model building and other automated, AI-assisted solutions. It provides a toolset for manual labeling, a collaboration and quality management  system, templates, dashboards and other essential AI-assisted tools.

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SuperAnnotate partners with OpenCV to address the community’s need for efficient and accurate annotation. The team made its annotation canvas available for data scientists to use in their projects, further integrating the canvas as an available component of the OpenCV project.

“OpenCV is committed to bring simple and powerful tools to the computer vision community. OpenCV AI Kit gets you started in spatial AI in 30 seconds, and with our partner SuperAnnotate users can annotate data, train models, and deploy them with just a few clicks.” — Satya Mallick, CEO of OpenCV, says. “This is the beginning of an AI revolution that puts simplicity of use at its very core.”

“Computer vision and smart camera applications are gaining momentum, yet not many have the relevant AI expertise to implement those. With OAK Kit and SuperAnnotate, one can finally build their smart camera system, even without coding experience. ” — Tigran Petrosyan, co-founder and CEO at SuperAnnotate says. “By this, we are very excited to make computer vision accessible to anyone.”

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