Day: July 30, 2021

New technology uses light to detect when produce is ripe
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Using Light and AI to Detect When Produce is Ripe

Here’s an interesting use of IoT and AI in agri-tech. A Turkish researcher has developed technology that uses data from a visible light sensor to identify the ripeness of produce. The project’s goal is to detect ripeness in fruit and vegetables by monitoring pigment changes, Hack A Day reports. Rather than use a camera, the project […]

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Raspberry Pi Stops Package Thieves with AI and Flour
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Raspberry Pi Stops Package Thieves with AI and Flour

Tom’s Hardware higlights a practial use case of computer vision. You can explore the code used in this project at GitHub and find more cool projects on Ryder’s official YouTube channel. We feature many cool Raspberry Pi creations here at Tom’s Hardware and some of the best Raspberry Pi projects we’ve had the pleasure of […]

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AI

Nvidia Opens the Door to Deep Learning Workshops

Good news for folks looking to learn about the latest AI development techniques: Nvidia is now allowing the general public to access the online workshops it provides through its Deep Learning Institute (DLI). The GPU giant today announced today that selected workshops in the DLI catalog will be open to everybody. These workshops previously were […]

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IoT

Introduction to the .NET nanoFramework

Olivier and Laurent introduce us to the .NET nanoFramework. As its name indicates the nanoFramwork is a tuned down version of the .NET runtime (and tools) adapted and optimized for running on microcontrollers (MCUs). With it, .NET developers can apply their skills and favorite language to coding for IoT devices.

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