It’s said that discretion is the better part of valor.
Not sure if that’s really true or if that even really applies here but it seems like one of those quotes you can just bandy about for sage street cred.
They say a picture is worth a thousand words and in service of building a visual bot I’ve said more than a few. 😛
So what’s left to say?
Well, today were going to wrap up this series by looking at how to use our new bots.
I’m including a pre-trained 2×2 matrix network on GitHub so you don’t have to wait to play with it! 😉
Also, I’m releasing a special pre-trained Patrons Only 5×5 matrix network for anyone who particularly enjoys this project.
Previous posts in this series:
Today we’re going to look at how to automatically generate training data from images.
At the end of this post I publish the working code (copy->paste->run) that you can use commercially in your own projects for free… oh and I explain how it works, need I say more? 😉
Other posts in this series:
In last week’s post The Kiss I teased:
“In my next post we’ll “feed” this image to a neural network.”
I guess now its time to make good on that promise… so lets do that, shall we?
I mostly write edutainment about AI and technology in a strangely clickbaity sort of way, but… every once in a while I like to create something that might actually get a few likes! 😛
As such, I created The Kiss for your enjoyment.
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If you would like to see (or use) the original unedited version of the image I used to create The Kiss you can find it here:
Tell you what, in my next post we’ll “feed” this image to a neural network. 😉
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Ever been a lone wanderer solely surviving in the Commonwealth Wasteland only to have some random asshole raider start taking potshots at you? Well I have!
To make matters worse Bon Jovi showed up out of nowhere at the most inopportune moment seemingly just to mock my hasty strategic withdrawal!
I used my last stimpak as I staggered through the door of my Red Rocket workshop where Dogmeat and Codsworth were waiting for me.
I changed then ate some ramen, Takahashi always makes the best pulled noodles!
I stared into the radstorm raging outside my window and in that moment I vowed:
“Never again would Bon Jovi mock my pain!”
I needed to build a new kind of bot and this time “General Atomics Finest” just wouldn’t cut it!
No, I needed a neural network that could monitor my vitals and automatically heal me as soon as I started taking damage!