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Take Your Computer Vision App to the Edge

alwaysAI makes building and deploying Computer Vision Apps Easy

At alwaysAI we have the singular mission of making the process of building and deploying computer vision apps to edge devices as easy as possible. That includes training your model, building your app, and deploying your app to edge devices such as the Raspberry Pi, Jetson Nano, and many others. alwaysAI apps are built in Python and can run natively on Mac and Windows, and in our containerized edge runtime environment optimized...

Building and Deploying Apps on alwaysAI

Building and running your app on alwaysAI can be done a few different ways, depending on the platform you want to develop on and the device you want to deploy on. We’ve concentrated these options in one place for your convenience and we’ll update this document as the platform evolves!

How a teacher and his students are using robotics & alwaysAI to help with COVID-19.

                                                                                       

 

Seafloor Systems Dives Deep into Computer Vision with alwaysAI

During the 2020s, artificial intelligence (AI), robotics and machine learning will transform the marine industry. New developments with autonomous underwater vehicles will require processing huge amounts of data, propelling AI advancements. Seafloor Systems, Inc. is diving right in.

Getting Started with the Raspberry Pi 3B+ and 4

The Raspberry Pi 3B+ and the Raspberry Pi 4 are ubiquitous among the hobbyist community of developers. They are reliable, easy to use single-board computers (SBCs) that are very affordable, making it easy to get your edge computer vision project up and running!

Installing the alwaysAI Platform on Raspberry Pi

Note: The method described in this article is not your only option for installing the base operating system on your Raspberry Pi. You can also use NOOBS, an operating system installation manager to install the base Raspbian operating system. For information on NOOBS go to this website https://www.raspberrypi.org/documentation/installation/noobs.md . If you do use NOOBS to do the initial operating system installation once finished go to Setting Up A Docker Container section of this document...