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June 22, 2022, 9:32 p.m. | /u/DevMoh

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It is a basic binary image classification problem, where there is good/bad parts on a production line.

There is a 5% error margin for missclassifying good parts into bad. However, I cannot missclassify one single bad sample as a good one. It was supposed to be a simple project, but a 6 month projects became a 18 month old project where there is always one image that does not pass this insane requirement.

I got tired of explaining that there …

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