Our solution consists of 2 parts, before the forest fire and after the forest fire. Before the forest fire First protocol (software solution): We used M.L. To solve the problem in particular library scikit-learn inside Python and with a dataset containing scripts we used NLP to convert the string to an integer so that the algorithm could handle the dataset and then split the data into partial training and partial test. They were divided into five classification algorithms and we compared the results on their own by examining the model to find the best algorithm for dealing with this data and then using the best algorithm in the metrics model. Then we saved the model and its weights. We have built an application with pyqt5 which receives potentially fire factors from datasets and sensors to predict the fire before it happens. After the forest fire Second protocol (hardware solution): The console makes the user feel extra confident. It is connected to a solar panel that automatically supplies power to the system. The controller will be positioned all over the forest which sends alarms and data to the server which throws the GSM system e.g., temperature, humidity, smoke, fire detection, fire location, rain detection, and wind direction for fire tracking. As well as making a plan for a safe path for animals in case of emergency by buzzing or whistling to keep the animals away from danger. This data is taken to create a new dataset through which the system is updated ml algorithms and the past dataset.
Translation is necessary for spreading new information, knowledge, and ideas across the world. It is necessary to achieve effective communication between different cultures. In the process of spreading new information, translation is something that can change history. So, we have used our expertise as computer engineers with different specialties to encourage more global communication amongst those of several cultural backgrounds using the pyttsx3, whisper, torch, os, streamlit, NumPy, Sounddevice, Scipy.io.wavfile and Wavioas libraries to build our AI model and to handle all the requirements for needed for our project. Also, we have used IoT applications like raspberry pi to act as our main handler for the project that receives the voice from the user, enters it to be processed, and then revile the translated voice through the speaker.
It is our pleasure to welcome you to the Wolves Summit AI Hackathon. In partnership with Wolves Summit, we are giving the lablab.ai community an opportunity to develop an application to fight for a great cause - Saving Planet Earth. This is a preliminary event of the Wolves Summit conference that will take place in Vienna, Austria on 20-21 October 2022. Current world events show us that actions towards environmental safety are necessary. Do you have what it takes to protect the planet using Artificial Intelligence? Join us and innovate to build a better future for everyone!
Join us for a hackathon where we will be using OpenAI Whisper to create innovative solutions! Whisper is a neural net that has been trained to approach human level robustness and accuracy for English speech recognition. We will be using this tool to create applications that can transcribe in multiple languages, as well as translate from those languages into English. This will be a great opportunity for you to learn more about speech processing and to create some useful applications!
Transformers are context-learning neural networks. They learn by tracking relationships in sequential data, for example, words in sentences. You might know them as some of the best AI models in the market - OpenAI’s GPT-3 and Cohere In our 3-day Hackathon, organized along with the Swiss AI Association, you’ll use context-learning neural networks to build solutions with people from all around the globe and have an opportunity to pitch your AI Prototypes worldwide. Jump in to learn more about harnessing the power of Transformers!