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How do I add a already made CoreML model into my playground? I tried what people recommended online -- building a test project and get the .mlmodelc file and put that in the playground along with the autogenerated class for the model. However, I keep on getting so many errors. The errors: Unexpected duplicate tasks Target 'help' (project 'help') has write command with output /Users/cpulipaka/Library/Developer/Xcode/DerivedData/help-appuguzbduqvojfwkaxtnqkozecv/Build/Intermediates.noindex/Previews/help/Intermediates.noindex/help.build/Debug-iphonesimulator/help.build/adc7818afdf4ae03fd98cdd618954541.sb Target 'help' (project 'help') has write command with output /Users/cpulipaka/Library/Developer/Xcode/DerivedData/help-appuguzbduqvojfwkaxtnqkozecv/Build/Intermediates.noindex/Previews/help/Intermediates.noindex/help.build/Debug-iphonesimulator/help.build/adc7818afdf4ae03fd98cdd618954541.sb Unexpected duplicate tasks Showing Recent Issues Target 'help' (project 'help'): CoreMLModelCompile /Users/cpulipaka/Library/Developer/Xcode/DerivedData/help-appuguzbduqvojfwkaxtnqkozecv/Build/Intermediates.noindex/Previews/help/Products/Debug-iphonesimulator/help.app/ /Users/cpulipaka/Desktop/help.swiftpm/Resources/ZooClassifier.mlmodel Target 'help' (project 'help'): CoreMLModelCompile /Users/cpulipaka/Library/Developer/Xcode/DerivedData/help-appuguzbduqvojfwkaxtnqkozecv/Build/Intermediates.noindex/Previews/help/Products/Debug-iphonesimulator/help.app/ /Users/cpulipaka/Desktop/help.swiftpm/Resources/ZooClassifier.mlmodel ZooClassifier.mlmodel: No predominant language detected. Set COREML_CODEGEN_LANGUAGE to preferred language.
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Is 30x30 the maximum grid size on Create ML App? The input allows me to set any number higher than that, but on starting training, the number falls back to 30x30. Is that a limitation or a bug in the app?
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Where can I find CreateML logs? I'd like to inspect log lines if they exist to diagnose what kind of error the app encounters when I provide it training data for a multi-label image classifier and the UI displays "Data Analysis stopped". I do see some crash reports for "MLRecipeExecutionService" in the Console app which seem related, but I haven't spotted anything useful there yet.
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I have been attempting to debug this for over 10 hours... I am working on implementing Apple's MobileNetV2 CoreML model into a Swift Playgrounds. I performed the following steps Compiled CoreML model in regular Xcode project Moved Compiled CoreML (MobileNetV2.mlmodelc) model to Resources folder of Swift Playground Copy Paste the model class (MobileNetV2.swift) into the Sources folder of Swift Playground Use UIImage extensions to resize and convert UIImage into CVbuffer Implement basic code to run the model. However, every time I run this, it keeps giving me this error: MobileNetV2.swift:100: Fatal error: Unexpectedly found nil while unwrapping an Optional value From the automatically generated model class function: /// URL of model assuming it was installed in the same bundle as this class class var urlOfModelInThisBundle : URL { let bundle = Bundle(for: self) return bundle.url(forResource: "MobileNetV2", withExtension:"mlmodelc")! } The model builds perfectly, this is my contentView Code: import SwiftUI struct ContentView: View { func test() -> String{ // 1. Load the image from the 'Resources' folder. let newImage = UIImage(named: "img") // 2. Resize the image to the required input dimension of the Core ML model // Method from UIImage+Extension.swift let newSize = CGSize(width: 224, height: 224) guard let resizedImage = newImage?.resizeImageTo(size: newSize) else { fatalError("⚠️ The image could not be found or resized.") } // 3. Convert the resized image to CVPixelBuffer as it is the required input // type of the Core ML model. Method from UIImage+Extension.swift guard let convertedImage = resizedImage.convertToBuffer() else { fatalError("⚠️ The image could not be converted to CVPixelBugger") } // 1. Create the ML model instance from the model class in the 'Sources' folder let mlModel = MobileNetV2() // 2. Get the prediction output guard let prediction = try? mlModel.prediction(image: convertedImage) else { fatalError("⚠️ The model could not return a prediction") } // 3. Checking the results of the prediction let mostLikelyImageCategory = prediction.classLabel let probabilityOfEachCategory = prediction.classLabelProbs var highestProbability: Double { let probabilty = probabilityOfEachCategory[mostLikelyImageCategory] ?? 0.0 let roundedProbability = (probabilty * 100).rounded(.toNearestOrEven) return roundedProbability } return("\(mostLikelyImageCategory): \(highestProbability)%") } var body: some View { VStack { let _ = print(test()) Image(systemName: "globe") .imageScale(.large) .foregroundColor(.accentColor) Text("Hello, world!") Image(uiImage: UIImage(named: "img")!) } } } Upon printing my bundle contents, I get these: ["_CodeSignature", "metadata.json", "__PlaceholderAppIcon76x76@2x~ipad.png", "Info.plist", "__PlaceholderAppIcon60x60@2x.png", "coremldata.bin", "{App Name}", "PkgInfo", "Assets.car", "embedded.mobileprovision"] Anything would help 🙏 For additional reference, here are my UIImage extensions in ExtImage.swift: //Huge thanks to @mprecke on github for these UIImage extension function. import Foundation import UIKit extension UIImage { func resizeImageTo(size: CGSize) -> UIImage? { UIGraphicsBeginImageContextWithOptions(size, false, 0.0) self.draw(in: CGRect(origin: CGPoint.zero, size: size)) let resizedImage = UIGraphicsGetImageFromCurrentImageContext()! UIGraphicsEndImageContext() return resizedImage } func convertToBuffer() -> CVPixelBuffer? { let attributes = [ kCVPixelBufferCGImageCompatibilityKey: kCFBooleanTrue, kCVPixelBufferCGBitmapContextCompatibilityKey: kCFBooleanTrue ] as CFDictionary var pixelBuffer: CVPixelBuffer? let status = CVPixelBufferCreate( kCFAllocatorDefault, Int(self.size.width), Int(self.size.height), kCVPixelFormatType_32ARGB, attributes, &pixelBuffer) guard (status == kCVReturnSuccess) else { return nil } CVPixelBufferLockBaseAddress(pixelBuffer!, CVPixelBufferLockFlags(rawValue: 0)) let pixelData = CVPixelBufferGetBaseAddress(pixelBuffer!) let rgbColorSpace = CGColorSpaceCreateDeviceRGB() let context = CGContext( data: pixelData, width: Int(self.size.width), height: Int(self.size.height), bitsPerComponent: 8, bytesPerRow: CVPixelBufferGetBytesPerRow(pixelBuffer!), space: rgbColorSpace, bitmapInfo: CGImageAlphaInfo.noneSkipFirst.rawValue) context?.translateBy(x: 0, y: self.size.height) context?.scaleBy(x: 1.0, y: -1.0) UIGraphicsPushContext(context!) self.draw(in: CGRect(x: 0, y: 0, width: self.size.width, height: self.size.height)) UIGraphicsPopContext() CVPixelBufferUnlockBaseAddress(pixelBuffer!, CVPixelBufferLockFlags(rawValue: 0)) return pixelBuffer } }
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In theory, sending signals from iPhone apps to and from the brain with non-invasive technology could be achieved through a combination of brain-computer interface (BCI) technologies, machine learning algorithms, and mobile app development. Brain-Computer Interface (BCI): BCI technology can be used to record brain signals and translate them into commands that can be understood by a computer or a mobile device. Non-invasive BCIs, such as electroencephalography (EEG), can track brain activity using sensors placed on or near the head[6]. For instance, a portable, non-invasive, mind-reading AI developed by UTS uses an AI model called DeWave to translate EEG signals into words and sentences[3]. Machine Learning Algorithms: Machine learning algorithms can be used to analyze and interpret the brain signals recorded by the BCI. These algorithms can learn from large quantities of EEG data to translate brain signals into specific commands[3]. Mobile App Development: A mobile app can be developed to receive these commands and perform specific actions on the iPhone. The app could also potentially send signals back to the brain using technologies like transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS), which can deliver information to the brain[5]. However, it's important to note that while this technology is theoretically possible, it's still in the early stages of development and faces significant technical and ethical challenges. Current non-invasive BCIs do not have the same level of fidelity as invasive devices, and the practical application of these systems is still limited[1][3]. Furthermore, ethical considerations around privacy, consent, and the potential for misuse of this technology must also be addressed[13]. Sources [1] You can now use your iPhone with your brain after a major breakthrough | Semafor https://www.semafor.com/article/11/01/2022/you-can-now-use-your-iphone-with-your-brain [2] ! Are You A Robot? https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1110866515000237 [3] Portable, non-invasive, mind-reading AI turns thoughts into text https://techxplore.com/news/2023-12-portable-non-invasive-mind-reading-ai-thoughts.html [4] Elon Musk's Neuralink implants brain chip in first human https://www.reuters.com/technology/neuralink-implants-brain-chip-first-human-musk-says-2024-01-29/ [5] BrainNet: A Multi-Person Brain-to-Brain Interface for Direct Collaboration Between Brains - Scientific Reports https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-019-41895-7 [6] Brain-computer interfaces and the future of user engagement https://www.fastcompany.com/90802262/brain-computer-interfaces-and-the-future-of-user-engagement [7] Mobile App + Wearable For Neurostimulation - Accion Labs https://www.accionlabs.com/mobile-app-wearable-for-neurostimulation [8] Signal Generation, Acquisition, and Processing in Brain Machine Interfaces: A Unified Review https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fnins.2021.728178/full [9] Mind-reading technology has arrived https://www.vox.com/future-perfect/2023/5/4/23708162/neurotechnology-mind-reading-brain-neuralink-brain-computer-interface [10] Synchron Brain Implant - Breakthrough Allows You to Control Your iPhone With Your Mind - Grit Daily News https://gritdaily.com/synchron-brain-implant-controls-tech-with-the-mind/ [11] Mind uploading - Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mind_uploading [12] BirgerMind - Express your thoughts loudly https://birgermind.com [13] Elon Musk wants to merge humans with AI. How many brains will be damaged along the way? https://www.vox.com/future-perfect/23899981/elon-musk-ai-neuralink-brain-computer-interface [14] Models of communication and control for brain networks: distinctions, convergence, and future outlook https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7655113/ [15] Mind Control for the Masses—No Implant Needed https://www.wired.com/story/nextmind-noninvasive-brain-computer-interface/ [16] Elon Musk unveils Neuralink’s plans for brain-reading ‘threads’ and a robot to insert them https://www.theverge.com/2019/7/16/20697123/elon-musk-neuralink-brain-reading-thread-robot [17] Essa and Kotte https://arxiv.org/pdf/2201.04229.pdf [18] Synchron's Brain Implant Breakthrough Lets Users Control iPhones And iPads With Their Mind https://hothardware.com/news/brain-implant-breakthrough-lets-you-control-ipad-with-your-mind [19] An Apple Watch for Your Brain https://www.thedeload.com/p/an-apple-watch-for-your-brain [20] Toward an information theoretical description of communication in brain networks https://direct.mit.edu/netn/article/5/3/646/97541/Toward-an-information-theoretical-description-of [21] A soft, wearable brain–machine interface https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=28447778 [22] Portable neurofeedback App https://www.psychosomatik.com/en/portable-neurofeedback-app/ [23] Intro to Brain Computer Interface http://learn.neurotechedu.com/introtobci/
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I have trained a model to classify some symbols using Create ML. In my app I am using VNImageRequestHandler and VNCoreMLRequest to classify image data. If I use a CVPixelBuffer obtained from an AVCaptureSession then the classifier runs as I would expect. If I point it at the symbols it will work fairly accurately, so I know the model is trained fairly correctly and works in my app. If I try to use a cgImage that is obtained by cropping a section out of a larger image (from the gallery), then the classifier does not work. It always seems to return the same result (although the confidence is not a 1.0 and varies for each image, it will be to within several decimal points of it, eg 9.9999). If I pause the app when I have the cropped image and use the debugger to obtain the cropped image (via the little eye icon and then open in preview), then drop the image into the Preview section of the MLModel file or in Create ML, the model correctly classifies the image. If I scale the cropped image to be the same size as I get from my camera, and convert the cgImage to a CVPixelBuffer with same size and colour space to be the same as the camera (1504, 1128, kCVPixelFormatType_420YpCbCr8BiPlanarVideoRange) then I get some difference in ouput, it's not accurate, but it returns different results if I specify the 'centerCrop' or 'scaleFit' options. So I know that 'something' is happening, but it's not the correct thing. I was under the impression that passing a cgImage to the VNImageRequestHandler would perform the necessary conversions, but experimentation shows this is not the case. However, when using the preview tool on the model or in Create ML this conversion is obviously being done behind the scenes because the cropped part is being detected. What am I doing wrong. tl;dr my model works, as backed up by using video input directly and also dropping cropped images into preview sections passing the cropped images directly to the VNImageRequestHandler does not work modifying the cropped images can produce different results, but I cannot see what I should be doing to get reliable results. I'd like my app to behave the same way the preview part behaves, I give it a cropped part of an image, it does some processing, it goes to the classifier, it returns a result same as in Create ML.
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After training my dataset, the training, validation, and testing sets all show 0% in detection accuracy and all my test photos show false negative. The dataset has 1032 photos and 2 classes, and I used Roboflow for the image annotation. For network, I choose full network. If there is any way to fix this?
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I created a Hand Pose model using CreateML and integrated it into my SwiftUI project app. While coding, I referred to the Apple Developer documentation app for the necessary code. However, when I ran the app on an iPhone 14, the camera didn't display any effects or finger numbers as expected. note: I've already tested the ML model separately, and it works fine. the code: import CoreML import SceneKit import SwiftUI import Vision import ARKit struct ARViewContainer: UIViewControllerRepresentable { let arViewController: ARViewController let model: modelHand func makeUIViewController(context: UIViewControllerRepresentableContext<ARViewContainer>) -> ARViewController { arViewController.model = model return arViewController } func updateUIViewController(_ uiViewController: ARViewController, context: UIViewControllerRepresentableContext<ARViewContainer>) { // Update the view controller if needed } } class ARViewController: UIViewController, ARSessionDelegate { var frameCounter = 0 let handPosePredictionInterval = 10 var model: modelHand! var effectNode: SCNNode? override func viewDidLoad() { super.viewDidLoad() let arView = ARSCNView(frame: view.bounds) view.addSubview(arView) let session = ARSession() session.delegate = self let configuration = ARWorldTrackingConfiguration() configuration.frameSemantics = .personSegmentationWithDepth arView.session.run(configuration) } func session(_ session: ARSession, didUpdate frame: ARFrame) { let pixelBuffer = frame.capturedImage let handPoseRequest = VNDetectHumanHandPoseRequest() handPoseRequest.maximumHandCount = 1 handPoseRequest.revision = VNDetectHumanHandPoseRequestRevision1 let handler = VNImageRequestHandler(cvPixelBuffer: pixelBuffer, options: [:]) do { try handler.perform([handPoseRequest]) } catch { assertionFailure("Hand Pose Request failed: \(error)") } guard let handPoses = handPoseRequest.results, !handPoses.isEmpty else { return } if frameCounter % handPosePredictionInterval == 0 { if let handObservation = handPoses.first as? VNHumanHandPoseObservation { do { let keypointsMultiArray = try handObservation.keypointsMultiArray() let handPosePrediction = try model.prediction(poses: keypointsMultiArray) let confidence = handPosePrediction.labelProbabilities[handPosePrediction.label]! print("Confidence: \(confidence)") if confidence > 0.9 { print("Rendering hand pose effect: \(handPosePrediction.label)") renderHandPoseEffect(name: handPosePrediction.label) } } catch { fatalError("Failed to perform hand pose prediction: \(error)") } } } } func renderHandPoseEffect(name: String) { switch name { case "One": print("Rendering effect for One") if effectNode == nil { effectNode = addParticleNode(for: "One") } default: print("Removing all particle nodes") removeAllParticleNode() } } func removeAllParticleNode() { effectNode?.removeFromParentNode() effectNode = nil } func addParticleNode(for poseName: String) -> SCNNode { print("Adding particle node for pose: \(poseName)") let particleNode = SCNNode() return particleNode } } struct ContentView: View { let model = modelHand() var body: some View { ARViewContainer(arViewController: ARViewController(), model: model) } } #Preview { ContentView() }
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Hello Apple Developer community, I hope this message finds you well. I am currently facing an issue with Create ML in Xcode, and I am seeking assistance from the knowledgeable members of this forum. Any help or guidance would be greatly appreciated. Problem Description: I am encountering an unexpected issue when attempting to create a classification model for images using Create ML in Xcode. Upon opening Create ML, the application closes unexpectedly when I choose to create a new image classification model. Steps I Have Taken: I have already tried the following steps to troubleshoot the issue: Updated Xcode and macOS to the latest versions. Restarted Xcode and my computer. Created a new sample project to isolate the issue. Despite these efforts, the problem persists. System Information: Xcode Version: 15.2 macOS Version: Sonoma 14.0 I am on a tight deadline for a project, and resolving this issue quickly is crucial. Your help is invaluable, and I thank you in advance for any support you can provide. Best regards.
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I am trying to implement a ML model with Core ML in a playground for a Student Challenge project, but I can not get it to work. I have already tried everything I found online but nothing seems to work (the tutorials where posted long time ago). Anyone knows how to do this with Xcode 15 and the most recent updates?
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Hi, In Xcode 14 I was able to train linear regression models with Create ML using large CSV files (I tested on about 30000 items and 5 features): However, in Xcode 15 (I tested on 15.0.1 and 15.1), the training continuously stays in the "Processing" state: When using a dataset with 900 items, everything works fine. I filed a feedback for this issue: FB13516799. Does anybody else have this issue / can reproduce it?
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I'm following Apple WWDC video (https://developer.apple.com/videos/play/wwdc2021/10037/) about how to create a recommendation model. But I'm getting this error when I run the project on that like of code from their tutorial. "Column keywords has element of unsupported type Dictionary<String, Double>." Here is the block of code took from the transcript of WWDC video that cause me issue: func featuresFromMealAndKeywords(meal: String, keywords: [String]) -> [String: Double] { // Capture interactions between content (the dish keywords) and context (meal) by // adding a copy of each keyword modified to include the meal. let featureNames = keywords + keywords.map { meal + ":" + $0 } // For each keyword, create an entry in a dictionary of features with a value of 1.0. return featureNames.reduce(into: [:]) { features, name in features[name] = 1.0 } } var trainingKeywords: [[String: Double]] = [] var trainingTargets: [Double] = [] for item in userPurchasedItems { // Add in the positive example. trainingKeywords.append( featuresFromMealAndKeywords(meal: item.meal, keywords: item.keywords)) trainingTargets.append(1.0) // Add in the negative example. let negativeKeywords = allKeywords.subtracting(item.keywords) trainingKeywords.append( featuresFromMealAndKeywords(meal: item.meal, keywords: Array(negativeKeywords))) trainingTargets.append(-1.0) } // Create the training data. var trainingData = DataFrame() trainingData.append(column: Column(name: "keywords" contents: trainingKeywords)) trainingData.append(column: Column(name: "target", contents: trainingTargets)) // Create the model. let model = try MLLinearRegressor(trainingData: trainingData, targetColumn: "target") Did DataFrame implementation changed since then and doesn't support Dictionary anymore? I'm at lost right now on how to reproduce their example.
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I created a word tagging model in CreateML and am trying to make predictions with it using the following code: let text = "$30.00 7/1/2023" let model = TaggingModel() let input = TaggingModelInput(text: text) guard let output = try? model.prediction(input: input) else { fatalError("Unexpected runtime error.") } However, the output separates "$" and "30.00" as separate tokens as well as "7", "/", "1", "/", etc. Is there any way to make sure prices and dates get grouped together and to simply separate tokens based on whitespace? Any help is appreciated!
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Hello, I'm trying to train a MLImageClassifier dataset using Swift using the function MLImageClassifier.train. It doesn't change the dataset size (I have the same problem with a smaller one), but when the train reaches the 9 completedUnitCount of 10, even if the CPU usage is still high, seems to happen a soft lock that doesn't never brings the model to its completion (or error). The dataset is made of jpg images, using the CreateML app doesn't appear any problem during the training. There is any known issue with CreateML training APIs about part 9 of the process? There is any information about this part of the training job? Thank you
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I'm trying to create an updatable model, but this seems possible only by creating from scratch a neural network model and then, using the NeuralNetworkBuilder, call the make_updatable method. But I met a lot of problems on this way for the solution. In this example I try to open a converted ML Model (neural network) using the NeuralNetworkBuilder: import coremltools model = coremltools.models.MLModel("SimpleImageClassifier.mlpackage") spec = model.get_spec() builder = coremltools.models.neural_network.NeuralNetworkBuilder(spec=spec) builder.inspect_layers() But I met this error in the builder instance line: AttributeError: 'NoneType' object has no attribute 'layers' I also tried to define a neural network using the NeuralNetworkBuilder but then what do I have to do with this object? I didn't find a way to save it or convert it. The result I want is simple, the possibility to train more the model on the user device to meet his exigences. However the way to obtain an updatable model seems incomprehensible. In my case, the model should be an image classification. What approach should I follow to achieve this result? Thank you
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Coremltools: 6.2.0 When I run coreml model in python result is good: {'var_840': array([[-8.15439941e+02, 2.88793579e+02, -3.83110474e+02, -8.95208740e+02, -3.53131561e+02, -3.65339783e+02, -4.94590851e+02, 6.24686813e+01, -5.92614822e+01, -9.67470627e+01, -4.30247498e+02, -9.27047348e+01, 2.19661942e+01, -2.96691345e+02, -4.26566772e+02........ But when I run on xcode so result look like: [-inf,inf,nan,-inf,nan,nan,nan,nan,nan,-inf,-inf,-inf,-inf,-inf,-inf,nan,-inf,-inf,nan,-inf,nan,nan,-inf,nan,-inf,-inf,-inf,nan,nan,nan,nan,nan,nan,nan,nan,nan,nan,-inf,nan,nan,nan,nan,-inf,nan,-inf ....... Step1: Convert Resnet50 to coreml: import torch import torchvision # Load a pre-trained version of MobileNetV2 model. torch_model = torchvision.models.resnet50(pretrained=True) # Set the model in evaluation mode. torch_model.eval() # Trace the model with random data. example_input = torch.rand(1, 3, 224, 224) traced_model = torch.jit.trace(torch_model, example_input) out = traced_model(example_input) # Download class labels in ImageNetLabel.txt. # Set the image scale and bias for input image preprocessing. import coremltools as ct image_input = ct.ImageType(shape=example_input.shape, ) # Using image_input in the inputs parameter: # Convert to Core ML using the Unified Conversion API. model = ct.convert( traced_model, inputs=[image_input], compute_units=ct.ComputeUnit.CPU_ONLY, ) # Save the converted model. model.save("resnettest.mlmodel") # Print a confirmation message. print('model converted and saved') Step2: Test model coreml in python: import coremltools as ct import PIL import numpy as np # Load the model model = ct.models.MLModel('/Users/ngoclh/Downloads/resnettest.mlmodel') print(model) img_path = "/Users/ngoclh/gitlocal/DetectCirtochApp/DetectCirtochApp/resources/image.jpg" img = PIL.Image.open(img_path) img = img.resize([224, 224], PIL.Image.ANTIALIAS) coreml_out_dict = model.predict({"input_1" : img}) print(coreml_out_dict) Step3: Test coreml model in Xcode: func getFeature() { do { let deepLab = try VGG_emb.init() //mobilenet_emb.init()//cirtorch_emb.init() let image = UIImage(named: "image.jpg") let pixBuf = image!.pixelBuffer(width: 224, height: 224)! guard let output = try? deepLab.prediction(input_1: pixBuf) else { return } let names = output.featureNames print("ngoc names: ", names) for name in names { let feature = output.featureValue(for: name) print("ngoc feature: ", feature) } } catch { print(error) } }
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Objective: I am in the process of developing an application that utilizes machine learning (Core ML) to interact with photographs of documents, specifically focusing on those containing tables. Step 1: Capturing the Image The application will initiate by allowing users to take photos of documents. The key here is not just any part of the document, but specifically the sections where tables are present. Step 2: Image Analysis through Machine Learning Upon capturing the image, the next phase involves a machine learning model. Using Apple's Create ML tool with Swift, the application will analyze the image. The model's task is two-fold: Identifying the Table: Distinguish the table from other document information, ensuring it recognizes and isolates the table structure within the photograph. Ignoring Irrelevant Information: Concurrently, the model will disregard all non-table content, focusing the application's resources on the table data. Step 3: Data Extraction and Training Once the table is identified, the real work begins. The application will engage in detailed scrutiny, where it's trained to understand and recognize row and column data based on specific datasets. This training will enable the application to 'read' the table accurately, much like a human would, by identifying the organization of information into rows and columns. Step 4: Information Storage Post-analysis, the application will extract this critical data, storing it in a structured format. Each piece of identifiable information from the rows and columns will be systematically organized into a Dictionary or an Object. This structure is not just for immediate use but also efficient for future data operations within the app. Conclusion: Through these sequential steps, the application transitions from merely capturing an image to intelligently recognizing, deciphering, and storing table data from within a physical document. This streamlined process is all courtesy of integrating machine learning into the app's functionality, promising significant efficiency and accuracy in data handling. Realistically, I have not found any good examples out there so I am attempting to create my own ML (with no experience 😅), so any guidance or help would be very much appreciated.
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I followed the video of Composing advanced models with Create ML Components. I have created the model with let urlParameter = URL(fileURLWithPath: "/path/to/model.pkg") let (training, validation) = dataFrame.randomSplit(by: 0.8) let model = try await transformer.fitted(to: DataFrame(training), validateOn: DataFrame(validation)) { event in guard let tAccuracy = event.metrics[.trainingAccuracy] as? Double else { return } print(tAccuracy) } try transformer.write(model, to: url) print("done") Next goal is to read the model and update it with new dataFrame let urlCSV = URL(fileURLWithPath: "path/to/newData.csv") var model = try transformer.read(from: urlParameters) // loading created model let newDataFrame = try DataFrame(contentsOfCSVFile: urlCSV ) // new dataFrame with features and annotations try await transformer.update(&model, with: newDataFrame) // I want to keep previous learned data and update the model with new try transformer.write(model, to: urlParameters) // the model saves but the only last added dataFrame are saved. Previous one just replaced with new one But looks like I only replace old data with new one. **The Question ** How can add new data to model I created without losing old one ?
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