Deep Learning

author: Ruslan Salakhutdinov, Department of Statistical Sciences, University of Toronto
published: Sept. 13, 2015,   recorded: August 2015,   views: 3534
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Comment1 Shekhar Rudrabhatla, May 27, 2016 at 3:52 p.m.:

Hi,
I liked the presentation on Introduction to Machine Learning. Thank you.
I am planning to use this concept to solve a real-world problem. I'd like to count and classify vehicles on road on real time basis. A video feed of vehicle traffic will be captured using a camera. ML will be used to count vehicles and classify them into various fixed categories - bikes, cars, SUV, mini bus, truck and bus.

Since it is a supervised learning, I guess it is easier than other areas of ML. What will be the effort involved and how much of training is required to get an accuracy > 95%? I'd appreciate your comments/thoughts about this idea. I do have videos of vehicle traffic captured and I can share them with you, if interested.

Thank you for your time to read and respond to my query.

Regards,
Shekhar

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