Classifying Animals in The Wild

  1. Custom CDNN to categorize between empty and with animal images
Figure 1. Animal present or not classification with custom DCNN.
Figure 2. Trainable EfficentNet B0 model initialized with ImageNet weights and custom top layers.
Figure 3. EfficentNet B0 model initialized with ImageNet weights and custom top layers using fixed weights except for top 10 layers.

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