28 Oct '17, 3pm

Implementing OCR using a Random Forest Classifier in Ruby

Implementing OCR using a Random Forest Classifier in Ruby by Søren Blond Daugaard — Today In this blog post I will show how to implement OCR (optical character recognition) using a Random Forest classifier in Ruby. As our dataset we will be using the MNIST database of handwritten digits and for our Random Forest implementation we will be using Python’s sci-kit learn library. This post also shows how easy it is to integrate the plethora of data science tools from Python into Ruby applications. Read more here: https://www.practicalai.io/implementing-ocr-using-random-forest-classifier-ruby/

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