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Facebook has released a bunch of code on code repository GitHub that developers can use to programme machines in a way that allows them to "see" what they’re looking at.

The Silicon Valley social media giant hopes that open sourcing its machine vision algorithms will help to accelerate developments in the field.

The code dump, announced in a Facebook blog on Thursday, includes three data sets: DeepMask, SharpMask, and MultiPathNet.

"Together, they have enabled FAIR’s (Facebook’s AI Research) machine vision systems to detect and precisely delineate every object in an image," wrote Piotr… Continue reading