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Jan. 30, 2022, 1:39 p.m. | /u/DistrictFun7572

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For example, if I wanted to detect playing cards on a table. Is it better to first detect the cards, fix the tilt, resize them, fix the contrast etc. and then run image classification on the card or is that all for naught? Is it good enough to just run something like YOLO on all the playing cards?

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