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Introducing GoFaceRec: A Go-based Face Recognition Tool Using Deep Learning
2 projects | /r/golang | 1 Jul 2023
I'm excited to share a project I've been working on: [GoFaceRec](https://github.com/modanesh/GoFaceRec). This is a face recognition tool built in Go, leveraging the power of MTCNN for face detection and QMagFace for face recognition. The project was born out of a desire to bring the power of deep learning models to the Go community. After much effort, I concluded that the best approach was to convert models to TensorFlow and then work with tfgo, a Go binding to TensorFlow's C API. In GoFaceRec, the input image is first processed, and then its embeddings are compared against the ones already computed from our dataset. If the distance between embeddings falls below a specific threshold, then the face is considered as unknown. Otherwise, the proper label will be printed. The project is tested using Go 1.17 on Ubuntu 20.04. For gocv, the version of OpenCV installed is 4.7. And for tfgo, I installed [this version](https://github.com/galeone/tfgo) instead of the official one. You can install this package by running the following command in your project: > go get github.com/modanesh/[email protected] You can find more detailed instructions on how to use the tool in the [GitHub repository](https://github.com/modanesh/GoFaceRec). I welcome any feedback, suggestions, or contributions to the project. I'm looking forward to seeing how the community uses GoFaceRec and hope it can be a valuable tool for those working on face recognition tasks. Happy coding! 🚀
Why can't Go be popular for machine learning?
6 projects | /r/golang | 22 Jul 2022
Paolo Galeone has improved bindings (tfgo) that can be used for training and deployment.
How to train a model for object detection in Golang?
2 projects | /r/golang | 16 May 2022
https://github.com/galeone/tfgo here is a very good tutorial. I would suggest starting there.
What libraries from other languages do you wish were ported over into go?
13 projects | /r/golang | 27 Jul 2021
Tensorflow is actually written in C++, and the python package is just bindings to tensorflow. There are Tensorflow Go bindings: https://github.com/galeone/tfgo.
What are some alternatives?
Gorgonia - Gorgonia is a library that helps facilitate machine learning in Go.
sklearn - bits of sklearn ported to Go #golang
goml - On-line Machine Learning in Go (and so much more)
neural-go - A multilayer perceptron network implemented in Go, with training via backpropagation.
gosseract - Go package for OCR (Optical Character Recognition), by using Tesseract C++ library
regommend - Recommendation engine for Go
go-fann - Go bindings for FANN, library for artificial neural networks
onnx-go - onnx-go gives the ability to import a pre-trained neural network within Go without being linked to a framework or library.
randomforest - Random Forest implementation in golang
bayesian - Naive Bayesian Classification for Golang.