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Introduction to Computer Vision with Watson and OpenCV

Introduction to Computer Vision with Watson and OpenCV

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Product is rated as #28 in category Artificial Intelligence

Computer Vision is one of the most exciting fields in Machine Learning and AI. It has applications in many industries such as self–driving cars, robotics, augmented reality, face detection in law enforcement agencies. In this beginner–friendly course you will understand about computer vision, and will learn about its various applications across many industries. As part of this course you will utilize Python, Watson AI, and OpenCV to process images and interact with image classification models. You will also build, train, and test your own custom image classifiers. This is a hands–on course and involves several labs and exercises. All the labs will be performed on the Cloud and you will be provided access to a Cloud environment completely free of charge. At the end of the course, you will create your own computer vision web app and deploy it to the Cloud. This course does not require any prior Machine Learning or Computer Vision experience, however some knowledge of Python programming language is necessary.

Instructor Details

Yi leng Yao MSc, is Machine Learning Engineer at IBM with a track record of developing enterprise level applications that incorporate the state of the art machine learning models. Yi believes in developing software that combines both theory and application, in order to provide an application to clients that utilizes the newest machine learning models while being customer-centric.

Specification: Introduction to Computer Vision with Watson and OpenCV

Duration

14 hours

Year

2019

Level

Beginner

Certificate

Yes

Quizzes

Yes

38 reviews for Introduction to Computer Vision with Watson and OpenCV

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    Ben W

    Although the topic was interesting and the application relatively easy, there were too many obstacles to really enjoy the rollout of the classifier in the cloud.

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    Sophia J C

    Great introduction to Visual Recognition and Computer Vision! Lots of examples are provided for me to grasp the concepts behind complicated applications!

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    Cristian R

    Genial

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    Deleted A

    Best Course for Computer Vison

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    Bona W

    Its perfect course to start learning about computer vision and how to make it more easy with using Watson !

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    Suhas S

    This is one of the best course by IBM. I specifically enjoyed Computer Vision modelling and its related project and also enjoyed the way team put in effort for designing this course.

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    Fadhel A S

    Nice course

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    Jay P

    Labs are quite poorly written and make it very difficult to learn.

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    Jairo A T O

    Bugs on the platform.

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    David B

    Another course with potential, ruined by a flakey operational platform. IBM Cloud as provisioned in this course is not fit for purpose, end of story. Exercises are often impossible to do because servers, storage or proxies in the IBM cloud are down, and the instructions are not always complete either. Sadly, the material, though informative at a very high level, is nowhere near detailed enough to actually teach the underlying integration, though you’ll be well able to cut, paste and press “Shift–Enter” by the time you finish, even if you have no clue what the code you’re executing does. The title is misleading too – this is a Watson Visual Recogniser course. It describes this product (as a visual classifier) quite well, but it barely touches any of the ideas behind Computer Vision, and doesn’t really teach anything at all about OpenCV. Worth doing for free if you have nothing better to do, but there are better ways to spend your time and money.

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    Ranjan B

    This is the first pathetic course experience I have on Course – my assignment has not been reviewed since last 4 days . . .

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    Marcos Q V

    Great course

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    Louis S

    Except the week 3, this is only advertising for Watson from IBM. The third weeks is teaching interesting things about OpenCV and the other week are just saying every minutes how Watson is great but the using could be teach in 5 minutes.

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    Kane H

    Too many bugs in the course to work through.

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    Gaurav M

    Course was good but not the content. Almost every lab is broken and people have to wait for the course administrator to respond. At the end we ourselves join the things so that it will work so on one hand its nice that we learn as things are broken but for some people its first hand to programming or IBM Watson and the image they are going to carry will not be nice. For the coursera I would strongly comment that this course is full of errors and how they placed this course with the monthly subscription be the big question. For me if it be free there will be some relaxation.

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    Wayne Z

    great learning opportunity with hands on codes, suggest to improve some of the lab jupyter notebook errors

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    LEE C K

    Great Introduction for new learner with some labs experience.

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    Githugu P

    Amazing labs and awesome content

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    Mike O

    Thoroughly enjoyed this course. Learned about OpenCV a bit and added to my small knowledge of Python. The ability to know how to train Watson to do optical recognizition will be invaluable.

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    Christopher A

    Nice overview of the possibilities of Waston Computer Vision APIs and intro to OpenCV

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    Diana M

    Too many technical hurdles, too little help, disappointed with the level of support

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    mohamed a

    most of the codes is not explained , late support to solve it .

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    Ehsan M

    Very specific to using only Watson; not much math is explained. This course could be great for some audience, but not for me. I need a course that gives me deeper insight.

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    E. R ” A

    A challenging and very satisfying course! Recommended!!

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    Alfonso A M

    Very good course. in general in most of the courses the duration for the labs are understimated

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    Scott H

    I enjoyed the course. I had problems with the last lab with error messages cause by the updates but the forum was helpful in figuring things out.

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    andrew g

    much better use of notebooks, and good to be able to compare openCV’s (free) capabilities and use Watson computer vision directly via API. Liked the classroom videos too.

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    Bryan

    The labs are a bit hard to follow because the web pages are outdated.

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    Dirk S

    Clear instruction

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    Ivan B

    Excelent!!!

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    William W

    bad codes

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    Mike P

    having trouble getting Watson to work. Need to drop the course now and resume later. Going to take another course computer vision just with Python

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    shreebuvan

    Excellent Course for beginners to know basics of opencv

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    Akanksha B

    It was an amazing course, however i did face some problems with following the labs.

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    Sumeet K S

    I liked the course, but as usual, some connections failed in labs. It interrupts the flow, and is frustrating for working professionals who take out those precious 2 hours every day just for the course and end up getting stuck in a place because of some bugs. Apart from that, I learned good stuff in this course.

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    Amit K M

    Very poorly delivered. One of the worst experience and support from Coursera. Felty like wastage of money.

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    Samira G

    outstanding course. I really enjoyed it! THANKS

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    Wallace F d S

    This course has some of most interesting labs from all this certificate. However, they are full of bugs and outdated information. I spent hours searching for tips and workarounds in the foruns. By the way all my questions are still there waiting for answers. Overall, it was a frustating experience mixed with some some interesting technologies and approaches.

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