Introducing a Thermal Infrared Dataset for Object Detection

Computer vision is performed on a wide array of imaging data: photographs, screenshots, videos. Commonly, this data is captured in similar perception to how humans see – along the visible red, green, and blue (RGB) color spectrum. However, there's growing interest in processing images beyond the visible color scheme. Thermal image…

Using Computer Vision to Fight Coronavirus (COVID-19)

As global coronavirus case numbers continue to climb, troubling stories of hospital shortages, deaths, and disrupted communities fill the news. Frankly, it can leave one feeling disempowered – especially when the primary calls to action are staying home and wearing masks. Amid the global illness, there have been uplifting stories. Apple…

Releasing an Improved Blood Count and Cell Detection (BCCD) Dataset

Computer vision is revolutionizing medical diagnoses by assisting doctors with patterns they may not have seen or identifying an error they may have overlooked. Thus, it's unsurprising one of the more popular "hello world" datasets of object detection is the blood count and cell detection dataset (BCCD). Now two years…