A simple face detection utility from Python to Go

In this article, I explain how to build a tool to detect faces in a picture. This article is a sort of how-to design and implements a tool by using a neural network. For the design part, I describe how to: build the business model thanks to a neural network; adapt the network to the specific domain of face detection by changing its knowledge; use the resulting domain with a go-based infrastructure; code a little application in Go to communicate with the outside world.

My journey with ONNX and Go - Running the graph

In the previous post, I made an introduction and a POC to interact with ONNX models and Go. I have decoded the information to reconstruct a graph. Now I propose to expand the principle and to create a proper execution backend based on Gorgonia. This post is a bit more technical than the previous one because all the concepts needed to work should be present in the last article.

My journey with ONNX and Go - The beginning

This year has started with a lot of deep thoughts about the software 2.0. My conclusion (which is slightly different from Andrej Karpathy’s consideration) is that a software 2.0 is a combination of a Neural network model and its associated weights. This is a concept; now the question is: how to materialize the idea? What artifact represents a software 2.0. I emitted several ideas and tried one of them: to serialize the mathematical model and the weights.

Recurrent Neural Network, Serverless with Webassembly and S3

During the past weeks, I’ve had the opportunity to play a bit with Wasm and Go. All those experiments led me to a write a proof of concepts that can illustrate everything I have said recently about: Thinking the deep-learning stack like an Ops (see my post about NNRE/NNDK). Capturing the real value of the training process (the knowledge) into a sequence of bits (the lightning talk I gave about it at the dotAI should be online soon).