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Sept. 18, 2022, 2:38 a.m. | /u/SufficientBank154

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The application of object detection in images via Deep Learning is great and all but we also know that it requires more capability from the end-user hardware than using pure algorithms witout using neural networks.

The question is at what point or minimum requirement of a problem do we have absolutely have to consider to apply neural networks?

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