I have a Lightroom library that contains some photos I classified myself and some other ones (in both cases, thousands) not yet classified.
I want to automatically classify images based on the tags I assigned to the images I already classified.
Most steps (I use Lightroom) are simple:
- write XMP files
- filter the files according to the tags
- feed each set of images (one set per tag) to a software
- use the output of the software to write new XMP files
- instruct Lightroom to reload metadata from XMP files.
However, which (artificial intelligence) software can I use for the purpose?
The question is asked here in Photo because I’m asking about a ready or almost ready package, not about about which software/package to use when programming a new AI.
I have a specific niche of customers I can target and I already have around 10 reseller accounts with 20-30 clients on each of them
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Which includes how to use external flash, diffusers, lights, reflectors, lenses and all features in this camera? Thank you!
I am an undergraduate biology student , due to some work i need to learn C++. Are there resources where I can learn the language (to some basic level) in 2 months
What I should learn at first to can work at building a website What’s the steps of become a web developer What’s the language i should learn at first and then any language and so until i can work at develope a website professional
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Just did really badly on my Amazon SDE interview, feeling quite discouraged if I’m honest.
I had 20 minutes to debug 7 separate programs in Java and I just couldn’t perform well at such a breakneck pace.
And generally even in standard 45min problems I have trouble solving problems in such a tight span.
I’ve done 80 or more coding problems and though I’ve gotten better about understanding problems & the data structures/algo’s involved I’m still slow.
I know the only real answer is “practice more, do more problems & time yourself” so if you know anything that can help me keep up with the pace of these interviews I’d appreciate it.
Hello Everyone, I have recently completed my academic qualification and now I am perplexed about career selection. My interest in programming and I am good with primary computer language like C but there is very shrink market? Now I am looking towards some job oriented short term course which can support to improve my resume and chance to get jobs. In my observation, I found Salesforce, .net, Java and cloud computing as the latest technologies but what to choose? someone suggest me you join janbask Training it right for your career. I want to more suggestion, Any suggestion is appreciable!
I know my question is very subjective but I bother about this for a long time.
So I started an apprenticeship as a software engineer 4 months ago. We mostly use C# in our company. Do to some issues in the company, my trainer doesn’t have much time for me at the moment. He told me to learn C# by myself for the next days. I really like C# and want to get really into it.
But my problem is that I don’t know how to get through it. I know how to do a loop, variables or use operators. I also know how to parse variables, a string as example or creating an array. But I don’t know how to practice it. I can read about it and use it 1 – 2 times in an example code from the book, but I won’t remember it.
I need exercises. Then there’s a second problem. I don’t know how to solve it. (I know how to code a calculator ^^’), but lets say I never made a calculator with C#, but I know how operators and vars work. I get the task to do a calculator. What should I do before the code? What should I ask myself before I realize the project? That’s my biggest issue: Thinking logical
If I want to roleplay an interpreter, is there a max number of languages I can learn? Standard human, plan to get 18 INT.