Sample application using Vision Framework and Core ML
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README.md

Getting started

Recognising objects

Click here for a better demo.

You can find a detailed breakdown of the code here: https://blog.cmgresearch.com/2017/06/22/vision-kit-and-coreml.html

You will need the beta version of xCode and a device running the iOS 11 beta (make sure you only install the beta software on a test device!).

CoreML Model

If you have Git LFS installed, the required CoreML will download as part of the git clone. Otherwise you can download the CoreML model - Resnet50.mlmodel from here:

Unfortunately we've had to remove the model from Git LFS as we were running out bandwidth!

You can download the CoreML model - Resnet50.mlmodel from here:

https://developer.apple.com/machine-learning/ and drag the downloaded file into your project. Make sure you click on the "copy" checkbox.

Adding ML Model to Project