Voxel51 recently open-sourced VoxelGPT, an AI assistant that interfaces with GPT-3.5 to produce Python code for querying computer vision datasets. InfoQ spoke with Jason Corso, co-founder and CSO of Voxel51, who shared their lessons and insights gained while developing VoxelGPT.
In any data science project, data exploration and visualization is a key early step, but many of the techniques are intended for structured or tabular data. Computer vision datasets, on the other hand, are usually unstructured: images or point clouds. Voxel51’s open-source tool FiftyOne provides a query language for exploring and curating computer vision datasets. However, it can be challenging for casual users to quickly and reliably use tools like FiftyOne.
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