IBM Cloud Annotations
Tool eases the process of AI data labeling
February 17, 2020
A new automated labeling tool in the open source Cloud Annotations project makes it easier for developers to label data without having to manually draw…
Faced with the daunting task of hand labeling thousands of images, developers are looking for an easier way to train their object detection models. Currently, it takes 200-500 samples of hand-labeled images for a model to detect one specific object. Autolabeling images speeds the process and gives developers back valuable time to work on other innovative projects.
A new automated labeling tool in the open source Cloud Annotations project makes it easier for developers to label data without having to manually draw labels on an entire dataset of images. The new feature takes advantage of AI to assist in the labeling process.
You can access the tool now when using the Cloud Annotations GUI. You simply have to select the “Auto label” button and it will autolabel the images you’re uploading.
Cloud Annotations is a fast, easy, and collaborative open source image annotation tool. Backed by IBM Cloud Object Storage, Cloud Annotations enables you to store as much data as you need, access the data from anywhere and share across multiple collaborators in real-time.
Cloud Annotations enables multiple people to collaborate in real-time, access the data from anywhere, as well as store and back up the data through IBM public cloud.
To take advantage of the new tool: