There's Waldo contains a fully-convolution densenet approach to solving "Where's Waldo"
This post is inspired by material studied while interning with @jeremyphoward and @math_rachel‘s fast.ai, in particular Lesson 14 of their course Cutting Edge Deep Learning for Coders, taught at USF’s Data Institute. If you’d like to see my end-to-end code for this project, please check out my repository There’s Waldo.
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