Machine Learning

Making AI Accessible for Young Learners

Making AI Accessible for Young Learners

There’s so much opportunity for students to learn AI —  and it doesn’t have to be hard. Learning AI sounds daunting and until recently, it’s been challenging for students to find enough guidance and support to build AI projects. There are great resources to help students learn coding languages, but how do students go from […]

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What An AI Nose Knows

What An AI Nose Knows

Make:cast #21 – Benjamin Cabé Like many of us during Covid-19, Benjamin Cabé was baking sourdough bread but he was at home in France. He wondered how he might tell if his dough was done proofing. He began working on an artificial nose that uses physical sensors to detect gas but also uses machine learning […]

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Review: Luxonis Oak-D AI Camera with Computer Vision and Image Depth

Review: Luxonis Oak-D AI Camera with Computer Vision and Image Depth

When Microsoft released the Kinect, the first widely available depth camera, artists and makers quickly flocked to it, discovering how to access the camera’s depth data and ability to capture human motion. The result was a slew of new projects that capitalized on an interface that didn’t require a screen, buttons or a mouse. After […]

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Make:cast – Machine Learning for Beekeepers

Make:cast – Machine Learning for Beekeepers

You can learn a lot about the health of a hive by listening to the sounds that bees make, as a beekeeper would do. The developers of the LongHive project, featured in Make Magazine Vol 75, tell us about their efforts to use machine learning to detect the presence of the queen bee by recording the sounds of the bees in the hive.

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