Rohit Singh
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Director of Esri R&D Center, New Delhi & development lead of ArcGIS AI technologies and ArcGIS API for Python. Applying deep learning to the Science of Where!

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Pre-trained deep learning models update (July 2021)

Esri has released many new pre-trained geospatial deep learning models for feature extraction workflows. Here's an overview of what to expect.

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Esri UC 2021: Raster analytics and deep learning in ArcGIS Online

At the UC 2021 plenary, we showed how the island nation of Grenada used ArcGIS Image for ArcGIS Online to develop GIS data. See how it was done.

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Dev Summit 2021: ArcGIS – a complete system for Spatial Analysis, Data Science, and Geospatial AI

ArcGIS brings analytical methods and spatial methodologies to life to uncover hidden patterns to predict and drive decision making.

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What’s new in arcgis.learn (April 2021)

The newest release of ArcGIS API for Python is out and contains over thirty geospatial deep learning models. Get a sneak peak at what they do.

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Geospatial AI at the 2021 Esri Developer Summit

Learn about Geospatial AI and deep learning at the 2021 Esri Developer Summit (DevSummit)

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Pre-trained deep learning models update (February 2021)

Esri has released 8 new pre-trained geospatial deep learning models for feature extraction workflows. Here's an overview of what to expect.

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SAR to RGB Translation using CycleGAN

An overview of Synthetic-aperture Radar (SAR) to RGB image translation using the recently implemented CycleGAN model in the ArcGIS API for Python

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Introducing pre-trained geospatial deep learning models

Esri has released ready-to-use geospatial deep learning models for feature extraction workflows. Here's an overview of what to expect.

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How we did it: Detecting Shipwrecks using Deep Learning at UC 2020

See how we detected Shipwrecks using deep learning on bathymetric data. This demo was shown at the UC 2020 plenary.

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