Keras vs Tensorflow vs Pytorch for a Final year Project

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  • mmdetection

    OpenMMLab Detection Toolbox and Benchmark

    E.g. If you consider it an object detection problem it is: detect and localise all the pedestrians in a frame, and classify them by their (intended) action. IMO the easiest way to do this would be with mmdetection, which is built on top of pytorch. Just label your dataset, build a config, and boom you have a model. Inference with that model in only a few lines of code, you won't really need to learn too much to get started.

  • Keras

    Deep Learning for humans

    E.g. If you consider it image classification (you already have the pedestrians extracted and just need to classify their intent), you might find that easier to do with Keras, just butcher one of the examples on keras.io. You might also find fast.ai more to your liking.

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