Activeloop Hub

Data Lake for Deep Learning. Build, manage, query, version, & visualize datasets. Stream data real-time to PyTorch/TensorFlow. https://activeloop.ai [Moved to: https://github.com/activeloopai/deeplake] (by activeloopai)

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  • [Q] where to host 50GB dataset (for free?)
    1 project | /r/datasets | 25 Jun 2022
    Hey u/platoTheSloth, as u/gopietz mentioned (thanks a lot for the shout-out!!!), you can share them with the general public through uploading to Activeloop Platform (for researchers, we offer special terms, but even as a general public member you get up to 300GBs of free storage!). Thanks to our open source dataset format for AI, Hub, anyone can load the dataset in under 3seconds with one line of code, and stream it while training in PyTorch/TensorFlow.
  • [D] NLP has HuggingFace, what does Computer Vision have?
    7 projects | /r/MachineLearning | 19 Apr 2022
    u/Remote_Cancel_7977 we just launched 100+ computer vision datasets via Activeloop Hub yesterday on r/ML (#1 post for the day!). Note: we do not intend to compete with HuggingFace (we're building the database for AI). Accessing computer vision datasets via Hub is much faster than via HuggingFace though, according to some third-party benchmarks. :)
  • [N] [P] Access 100+ image, video & audio datasets in seconds with one line of code & stream them while training ML models with Activeloop Hub (more at docs.activeloop.ai, description & links in the comments below)
    4 projects | /r/MachineLearning | 17 Apr 2022
    u/gopietz good question. htype="class_label" will work, but querying doesn't support multi-dimensional labels yet. Would you mind opening an issue requesting that feature?
  • Easy way to load, create, version, query and visualize computer vision datasets
    1 project | news.ycombinator.com | 28 Mar 2022
    Hi HN,

    In machine learning, we are faced with tensor-based computations (that's the language that ML models think in). I've recently discovered a project that helps you make it much easier to set up and conduct machine learning projects, and enables you to create and store datasets in deep learning-native format.

    Hub by Activeloop (https://github.com/activeloopai/Hub) is an open-source Python package that arranges data in Numpy-like arrays. It integrates smoothly with deep learning frameworks such as TensorFlow and PyTorch for faster GPU processing and training. In addition, one can update the data stored in the cloud, create machine learning pipelines using Hub API and interact with datasets (e.g. visualize) in Activeloop platform (https://app.activeloop.ai). The real benefit for me is that, I can stream my datasets without the need to store them on my machine (my datasets can be up to 10GB+ big, but it works just as well with 100GB+ datasets like ImageNet (https://docs.activeloop.ai/datasets/imagenet-dataset), for instance).

    Hub allows us to store images, audio, video data in a way that can be accessed at lightning speed. The data can be stored on GCS/S3 buckets, local storage, or on Activeloop cloud. The data can directly be used in the training TensorFlow/ PyTorch models so that you don't need to set up data pipelines. The package also comes with data version control, dataset search queries, and distributed workloads.

    For me, personally the simplicity of the API stands out, for instance:

    Loading datasets in seconds

      import hub ds = hub.load("hub://activeloop/cifar10-train")
  • Easy way to load, create, version, query & visualize machine learning datasets
    1 project | /r/learnmachinelearning | 28 Mar 2022
    Hub by Activeloop (https://github.com/activeloopai/Hub) is an open-source Python package that arranges data in Numpy-like arrays. It integrates smoothly with deep learning frameworks such as Tensorflow and PyTorch for faster GPU processing and training. In addition, one can update the data stored in the cloud, create machine learning pipelines using Hub API and interact with datasets (e.g. visualize) in Activeloop platform (https://app.activeloop.ai/3)
  • Datasets and model creation flow
    1 project | /r/mlops | 20 Feb 2022
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  • [P] Database for AI: Visualize, version-control & explore image, video and audio datasets
    6 projects | /r/MachineLearning | 17 Feb 2022
    Please take a look at our open-source dataset format https://github.com/activeloopai/hub and a tutorial on htypes https://docs.activeloop.ai/how-hub-works/visualization-and-htype
    1 project | /r/MachineLearningKeras | 14 Feb 2022
    I'm Davit from Activeloop (activeloop.ai).
  • The hand-picked selection of the best Python libraries released in 2021
    12 projects | /r/Python | 21 Dec 2021
    Hub.
  • What are good alternatives to zip files when working with large online image datasets?
    2 projects | /r/datascience | 14 Dec 2021
    What solution have you used that you like as a data scientist when working with large datasets? Any standard python API to access the data? Other solution? If anyone has used https://github.com/activeloopai/Hub or other similar API I'd be interested to hear your experience working with it!
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