Aug. 17, 2023, 10:50 p.m. | Marius Muntean

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Let’s have a look at how to use a pre-trained TensorFlow model with ML.NET to make landmark predictions.





Get the Model


First we’re going to go ahead and pick a pre-trained model. There are multiple good sources for pre-trained models like Hugging Face and tfhub. We’re going to use a model from tfhub that predicts north American landmarks from images — https://tfhub.dev/google/on_device_vision/classifier/landmarks_classifier_north_america_V1/1





Transform and Optimize the Model


Theoretically we could start using the model as it is, but we …

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