Build Plant Disease Classifier With Computer Vision

Conestoga College, Waterloo Campus - Waterloo, Canada

Join us for an informative discussion on the basics of Image Classification, Object Detection, and Image Segmentation, where you'll also learn how to build a Plant Disease Classifier using Convolutional Neural Networks.

Jul 22, 2023, 7:00 – 8:30 PM

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Key Themes

Career DevelopmentGoogle I/O ExtendedMachine LearningTensorFlow / Keras

About this event

Computer vision is a field of computer science focused on developing novel algorithms that make it possible to extract meaningful information from digital images and videos. It is a rapidly growing field with applications in a wide range of areas, including self-driving cars, medical imaging, and robotics.

Join us for an informative discussion on the basics of Image Classification, Object Detection, and Image Segmentation, where you'll also learn how to build a Plant Disease Classifier using Convolutional Neural Networks.

We will discuss the different types of computer vision problems, the algorithms used to solve them, and the challenges that still need to be addressed. We will also look at some of the exciting applications of computer vision in the real world.

Speaker

  • Henry Ruiz

    Google Developers

    Google Developer Expert in ML

Facilitator

  • Oleksandr Levinskyi

    GDG Waterloo

    Community Leader

Organizers

  • Maísa Wolff Resplande

    GDSC Lead

  • Gavin Abeele

    Vice Lead

  • Oleksandr Levinskyi

    Mentor

  • Emil Harvey

    Executive Lead

  • Cyril Kamal

    Executive Lead

  • Sanjay Sekar Samuel

    Executive Lead

  • Oscar Pinzon

    Executive Lead

  • Jun Cai

    Executive Lead

  • Ryan Dooley

    Executive Lead

  • Anish Reddy

    Executive Lead

  • Owen Garland

    Executive Lead

  • Michelle Gordon

    Executive Lead

  • Aniedi Udo-Obong

    Regional Leader

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