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AI and the Raspberry Pi Class

  • 09/28/2019
  • 12:00 PM - 3:00 PM
  • Computer Lab @ 180 Studios
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Always wondered what a Raspberry Pi is?  Interested in learning more about Artificial Intelligence?  Come learn how to use the cheap, small, and powerful computer to run AI programs and detect objects.  We will be learning how to set up the Raspberry Pi, and after a brief exploration of its features, we will make our own artificial intelligence custom computer vision model.  We will train the camera to recognize an object of your choice, then turn on an LED whenever the object is in the camera’s field of view.


Note: Please bring an object of your choice.  The object should not be shiny or black, and around the size of your closed fist.  A yellow ball or a small stuffed animal are good examples.

What skills & tools will student learn:

-How to install and set up a Raspberry Pi

-How to train and use a computer vision model

-How to use Raspberry Pi GPIO’s for robotics projects


What will student leave with? 

Raspberry Pi starter kit includes everything needed to run a raspberry pi, plus a camera for it.

Knowledge of how to set up a Raspberry Pi

Knowledge of how to construct and use a custom computer vision model

Knowledge of how to access and use the GPIO pins on a Raspberry Pi

Class Price includes $75 Raspberry Pi kit, all parts of the kit comes in the photo included.

Price:

Member ($40+$75 kit) = $115

Non-Member ($50+$75 kit) = $125


Class registration will be through September 16th as ordering kits take several business days.  No refunds.


Teacher Biography: 

www.IHDNsoftwaredevelopment.com

Tyler Suard is a software engineer specializing in machine learning.  He currently works for a data catalog company in San Francisco, but lives in Napa

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