Roboflow: Computer Vision Models with Brad Dwyer

Training a computer vision model is not easy. Bottlenecks in the development process make it even harder. Ad hoc code, inconsistent data sets, and other workflow issues hamper the ability to streamline models. Roboflow is a company built to simplify and streamline these model training workflows. Brad Dwyer is a founder of Roboflow and joins the show to talk about model development and his company.

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