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FiftyOne Plugins Workshop:

Authoring Data-Centric AI Applications

November 15, 9 AM Pacific / 12 PM Eastern


November 15, 2023 at 9 AM Pacific / 12 PM Eastern for 90 minutes


Virtually over Zoom

About the Workshop

Are you ready to take your computer vision tooling to the next level? Open source FiftyOne is the most flexible computer vision toolkit on the planet. By tapping into its builtin Plugin framework, you can extend your FiftyOne experience and streamline your workflows, building Gradio-like applications with data at their core.

From concept interpolation to image deduplication, optical character recognition, and even curating your own AI art gallery by adding generated images directly into a dataset, your imagination is the only limit. Join us to discover how you can unleash your creativity and interact with data like never before.

In the first part of the workshop we’ll cover:

  • FiftyOne Plugins – what are they?
  • Installing a plugin
  • Creating your own Python plugin
  • Python plugin tips
  • Creating your own JavaScript plugin
  • Publishing your plugin


A working knowledge of Python and basic familiarity with FiftyOne. All attendees will get access to the tutorials, videos, and code examples used in the workshop.


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About the Instructor

Jacob Marks is a Machine Learning Engineer and Developer Evangelist at Voxel51. At Voxel51, Jacob created VoxelGPT — an LLM-powered AI assistant for computer vision. In addition, he leads open source efforts in vector search, semantic search, and generative AI. He is a Top Writer in AI on Medium, with 6,600+ followers, and a LinkedIn Top Voice in AI.

Prior to joining Voxel51, Jacob worked at Google X, Samsung Research, and Wolfram Research. In a past life, he was a theoretical physicist: in 2022, he completed his Ph.D. at Stanford, where he investigated quantum phases of matter.