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Announcing the Third Batch of New Models in the IBM Developer Model Asset eXchange

Maureen McElaney
Sep 21, 2018 · 3 min read
Deep Learning Models for Everyone: http://ibm.biz/model-exchange
  • Facial Recognizer — This model recognizes faces in an image and automatically extracts a set of low-level features that represent each face in the form of an embedding vector. These embeddings can be used as input for other machine learning tasks, including classification, clustering, verification, or similarity search.
    You could use this model to generate automated security verification against a database of faces from images and videos.
  • Weather Forecaster — This model forecasts near-term weather variables (such as temperature, pressure, or wind speed), given recent historical data.
    You could use this model to predict local weather conditions to enable more focused and efficient targeting of retail offers to customers.
  • Name Generator — This model can be trained on a list of names. Once trained, this model can score and suggest names based on the data set it is trained on. As an example we have included the Kaggle US Baby Names data set to train the model on.
    You could use this model to generate names or find the country of origin of a name.
  • Audio Sample Generator — This model generates new audio clips that are similar to existing audio clips that the model was trained on. The model can generate short samples of six speech commands (up, down, left, right, stop, go), as well as lo-fi instrumental music.
    You could use this model to generate data to increase the robustness of Natural Language Processing (NLP) and Audio models and increase privacy of the data.
  • All pre-trained models are deployable on a Kubernetes cluster.

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Maureen McElaney

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Things we made with data at IBM’s Center for Open Source Data and AI Technologies.