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By Muralidhar Chavan, Vishal Chahal, Smruthi Rajmohan, Neha Sethia | Last updated September 20, 2018
Artificial IntelligenceDeep Learning
If you’re interested in high-performing image classification methodology, this developer code pattern is for you. We use Python Keras libraries in Jupyter Notebook, then create a machine-learning model using data fed into IBM Cloud Object Storage, which classifies the images.
Many organizations process documents like customer loan applications. Along with the application forms, customers provide supporting documents needed for processing applications. Some of these supporting documents could be for identity or address verification. Generally, application forms, along with supporting documents, are scanned and captured into the organization’s systems for further application processing. When the system is fed a set of scanned documents, it needs to identify the form document so it can further process it. This code pattern shows how to classify images and identify application form documents among them.
We have considered applications for purchase agreements and rental agreements. Typical documents often submitted for these are Permanent Account Number (PAN) cards, driver’s licenses, passports, and the application forms themselves. This code pattern identifies the application form document from all the other types of documents.
We will use Python, Jupyter Notebook, convolutional neural networks in Keras libraries, and IBM Cloud Object Storage.
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August 23, 2018
September 19, 2018
Artificial IntelligenceDeep Learning+
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