A beginner’s tutorial to train a classifier model with unlabeled data using semi-supervised learning (SSL)

Traditionally, training computer vision models like classifiers required labeled data. Each example in the training data needed to be a pair: an image, and a human-generated label describing the image. Recently, new SSL techniques have delivered the most accurate models in computer vision for classic challenges like Imagenet. Semi-supervised learning (SSL) lets a model learn …

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When To Use Colon (:) in Python?

As we all know, Python is an easy-to-use and implement language with many freedoms in its syntax. This makes it perfect for even a beginner for making things like applications to design efficiently. But, like every other language, it also has some of the basic rules and regulations on which the whole code runs and …

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