AI, Digital Pathology and Image Analysis on the Raspberry Pi 

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The Raspberry Pi, created to encourage children to enter the world of programming became much more popular than anticipated, selling in the millions and making its way into the hands of many technically oriented enthusiasts. Still retaining the low price point of the original model, Jerome Cheng explores how the latest iteration of the machine is much more powerful and is fully capable of running software/libraries for machine learning and digital pathology such as ImageJ, OpenCV, scikit-image, scikit-learn, and TensorFlow.



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