The USA funds for this project are not provided out of the USA, but only out of the US.
In my case, a lot (or maybe all) of those USA dollars are coming from my parents and I pay them back in the form of grants. Those grants were given through this project.
Why is this project important?
This project’s role is:
To develop computer-vision algorithms that can recognize objects on a wall, ceiling and other structures. The algorithms are to solve problems related to the detection of and classification of objects.
Who is this project for?
This project is for anyone that wants to explore computer vision and data visualization problems.
This project requires you to:
Have a basic understanding of algorithms such as neural networks and machine learning such as support vector machines
Have a background in computer science or are interested in it
Be curious about data visualizations and data modeling
Have some experience reading books about computer science (e.g. books about machine learning, or books about computer vision like Alex Krizhevsky’s or David Rees’ “Computing for Humans” as a first introduction to computer vision)
Be involved in a computer vision field of practice like computer vision for visual search or computer vision for image identification
How it works
In order to solve the analysis problem of the problem we will analyze an image (which has to be a real one, not a fake picture) to understand how it is presented: how it is displayed on the screen, color, contrast, brightness, shape, contrast, etc.
If you want to be involved in the development, research or even code-writing of this project you should:
Have basic knowledge of how computers work, especially in the area of memory, processing and parallel processing (like a computer)
A willingness to contribute to an open-source project that can be used on any platform, including Linux
A desire to understand and solve data visualization problems (e.g. in data science, visual search, image identification, etc.)
Have a love for coding (with Python, or something like Ruby programming language).
What will you do when you get a grant?
You will develop this algorithm, find out what problems you should analyze and apply them to visualizing images using neural networks and a GPU (a computer’s processing unit) and create some visualization of that data.
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