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June 23, 2022, 7:44 a.m. | /u/Batman815

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I am relatively new to machine learning. As a part of my university project, I have to use YOLO for object detection. When reading more about YOLO, I observed that the authors use the term 'Inference speed' when talking about the prediction speed (when comparing it with other models). In my understanding, 'Prediction' and 'inference' have different connotations. Simply put, predictive models are treated as a black box, whereas the inference models are not. Considering the architecture of YOLO, isn't …

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