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Democratisation of Usable Machine Learning in Computer Vision

  title={Democratisation of Usable Machine Learning in Computer Vision},
  author={Raymond R. Bond and Ansgar R. Koene and Alan John Dix and Jennifer Boger and Maurice D. Mulvenna and Mykola Galushka and Brendon Bradley and Fiona Browne and Hui Wang and Alexander Wong},
Many industries are now investing heavily in data science and automation to replace manual tasks and/or to help with decision making, especially in the realm of leveraging computer vision to automate many monitoring, inspection, and surveillance tasks. This has resulted in the emergence of the 'data scientist' who is conversant in statistical thinking, machine learning (ML), computer vision, and computer programming. However, as ML becomes more accessible to the general public and more aspects… 

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