Google announces MobileNets, a family of mobile-first visual recognition models
Today Google has announced the release of MobileNets, a series of TensorFlow vision models built for comparatively low-power, low-speed platforms like mobile devices. In a cross-post on both the Open Source and Research blogs, Google released details about the new visual recognition software. Now even more useful machine learning tools can operate natively on your phone’s hardware, in a fast and accurate way. And, future tools like Google Lens will be able to perform more functions locally, without as much need for mobile data, and without waiting.
It’s one thing to run a machine learning network on a system with a ton of hardware power, without having to worry about things like battery life or sharing resources with other pesky apps or services.
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