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Getting Started with FiftyOne Workshop

June 28, 2023: 10 AM PDT / 1:00 PM EDT / 17:00 UTC

Getting Started with FiftyOne Workshop - June 28 2023


June 28, 2023 at 10 AM PDT [1:00 PM EDT / 17:00 UTC] for 90 minutes


Virtual / Zoom


Want greater visibility into the quality of your computer vision datasets and models? Then join Jacob Marks, PhD, of Voxel51 for this free 90 minute, hands-on workshop to learn how to leverage the open source FiftyOne computer vision toolset.

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

  • FiftyOne Basics (terms, architecture, installation, and general usage)

  • An overview of useful workflows to explore, understand, and curate your data

  • How FiftyOne represents and semantically slices unstructured computer vision data

The second half will be a hands-on introduction to FiftyOne, where you will learn how to:

  •  Load datasets from the FiftyOne Dataset Zoo

  • Navigate the FiftyOne App

  • Programmatically inspect attributes of a dataset

  • Add new sample and custom attributes to a dataset

  • Generate and evaluate model predictions

  • Save insightful views into the data

Prerequisites are a working knowledge of python and basic computer vision. 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, where he helps bring transparency and clarity to the world’s data. He is passionate about education, and brings years of experience teaching, TAing, and tutoring to this workshop. Prior to joining Voxel51, Jacob founded a startup to help emerging musicians connect and share creative content with fans. Before that, he worked at Google X, Samsung Research, and Wolfram Research. In a past life, Jacob was a theoretical physicist. In 2022, he completed his Ph.D. at Stanford, where he investigated quantum phases of matter.