What is NanoNets?
Build a custom machine learning model without expertise or large amount of data. Just go to nanonets, upload images, wait for few minutes and integrate nanonets API to your application.
NanoNets is a tool in the Machine Learning as a Service category of a tech stack.
Who uses NanoNets?
3 companies reportedly use NanoNets in their tech stacks, including Indra, GridAnts, and ULC Robotics.
11 developers on StackShare have stated that they use NanoNets.
Python, Node.js, PHP, Postman, and C# are some of the popular tools that integrate with NanoNets. Here's a list of all 10 tools that integrate with NanoNets.
Pros of NanoNets
Easy to use
- Image categorization API with less than 30 images per category
- Custom object localization API
- Text deduplication API
- Text categorization API
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