Nanonets Airtable Models

Build a no-code AI image organizer with Airtable

#2 Product of the DayMay 22, 2019
Easily build Image Classification Models with Airtable and Nanonets. Add your image urls and labels to Airtable. After connecting with Nanonets, your model will be built and hosted within an hour. Integrating your model is as easy as copying 2 lines of code.
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Hello fellow hunters, Thank you for stopping by to have a look at Nanonets' Airtable Integration. I'm one of the co-founders of Nanonets and I would like to give a quick overview of this Airtable Integration. We set out to solve the problem of being able to build no code deep learning models right from your spreadsheets. Through this integration, users can easily build production ready image classification models in a few minutes.To give you a little bit of background, Nanonets is a machine learning API for developers to integrate cutting edge ML into their products. Let me give you a quick walkthrough of this feature. 1. Assume you have a large number of image urls lying in spreadsheets or a database 2. You just need to clone our base Airtable template and add your image urls here and label around 25-50 images for every unique class that you'd like to classify. 3. Connect your Airtable to Nanonets and that's it! Your model should be trained within an hour. 4. You can constantly improve your model by showing us which predictions we got wrong through Airtable itself. I would urge you to take a look at the product webpage. We have built the product with a lot of passion and would love to have your feedback on it. Happy to answer any questions. Sarthak Jain
Love the design aesthetic and the example images. Thinking of using this to sort all my artwork!
@tejas Thanks. Feel free to reach out, would be happy to help.
Will it work if I provide very few (<10) examples?'
@payalshah21 Hey, currently we have a minimum of 25 examples per category. In our experience, this number is enough to build fairly robust models.
It's really really cool stuff. Making my own model.
@mayank_ladia Thanks! Feel free to reach out, would be happy to help.
Great product. Enjoying it.
@anup_surana Thanks! Feel free to reach out, would be happy to help.