Automatic Crack Detection – with Deep Learning

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On Friday at DOAG Big Data Days, I presented one possible application of deep learning: using deep learning for automatic crack detection – with some background theory, a Keras model trained from scratch, and the use of VGG16 pretrained on Imagenet. The amount of input data really was minimal, and the resulting accuracy, under these circumstances, not bad at all! Here are the slides.

If you’re interested, I’ll have a webcast on this as part of the Trivadis tricast series (registration). The talk will be in German though, so I guess some working knowledge of German would be helpful 🙂

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