Global Context Vision Transformers — Nvidia’s new SOTA Image Model | by James Loy | Sep, 2022

In-depth Explanation and Visualizations Free to use image from Pexels Nvidia has recently published a new vision transformer, titled the Global Context Vision Transformer (GC ViT) (Hatamizadeh et al., 2022). GC ViT introduced a novel architecture that leverages both global attention and local attention, allowing it to model both short-range and long-range spatial interactions. The

Golang-based Malware Campaign Relies on James Webb Telescope’s Image

A new hacking campaign is exploiting the notorious deep field image taken from the James Webb telescope alongside obfuscated Go programming language payloads to infect systems. The malware was spotted by the Securonix Threat research team, who is tracking the campaign as GO#WEBBFUSCATOR. “Initial infection begins with a phishing email containing a Microsoft Office attachment,”

Simple Computer Vision Image Creative Analysis using Google Vision API | by Zikry Adjie Nugraha | Aug, 2022

Create your first computer vision project using label detection, object detection, face expression detection, text detection, and dominant color detection Photo by Kevin Ku on Unsplash Computer vision can be used to extract useful information from images, videos, and audio. It allows the computers to see and understand what information can be gleaned from visual

Image Contrast Enhancement Using CLAHE

This article was published as a part of the Data Science Blogathon. ance for visual interpretation and (ii) facilitating/increasing the performance of subsequent tasks (e.g., image analysis, object detection, and image segmentation). Most contrast enhancement techniques rely on histogram modifications, which can be applied globally or locally. The Contrast Limited Adaptive Histogram Equalization (CLAHE) method

Create geo image dataset in 20 minutes | by Aaditya Bhat | Aug, 2022

Build geo specific subset of LAION-5B Photo by Dennis Kummer on Unsplash Introduction to LAION-5B Large-scale Artificial Intelligence Open Network (LAION), is a non-profit organization making machine learning resources available to the general public. Recently, LAION released a dataset of 5.85 billion image-text pairs collected from the internet. LAION-5B dataset contains urls, text along with