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I have been a big fan of you and of Adrian Rosebrock for sometime. I am glad to see that you know of him, his course in computer vision is…
Nice one Nick! What a cool project. I’m excited to see how it progresses. I’m already wondering how this could scale to store a larger…
As the kids say (as a compliment), “that’s really sick!” (Sorry, I couldn’t resist.) As a Software Engineer with 35+ years of experience, I…
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