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About This Space

This workspace implements Amazon Web Services Rekognition. The application uses your device camera to take a photo, analyze objects in the picture, and tell you all about it using human speech though the speakers on your device.


Last updated on June 19, 2020

Forked from: /al3/i-spy-with-my-ai/

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AI Text Recognition

This workspace implements Amazon Web Services Rekognition. The application uses your device video camera to read text from pages, signs, license plates, etc. It then reads the text to you using human speech through the speakers on your device.

Read Street signs

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Read Books

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Making it work

First, create your own space:

  • Click Fork on the ribbon to make a copy of the original space
  • Click Update on the ribbon to update public permissions. To keep your API key private, the Open and Modify permissions should be unchecked.

Next, create a AWS account and IAM user with perimssions to Rekognition:

  • Sign up for an account at aws.amazon.com, if you don’t already have one
  • Navigate to IAM Identitiy and Access Management
  • Create a new IAM user with permissions to Rekognition
  • Use the credentials provided when you created the IAM user to update the config.json file with your keys

Finally, you’re ready to launch your own copy of the app. You can either use the Launch menu or simply use your phone, tablet, or a laptop with a camera to browse to the run URL for your new workspace.

Reference:

AWS text detection documentation

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Al3

4 months ago

This space has been protected because it uses my personal Amazon credentials. You can still run it to see how it works. To see the code or create a version that uses your own AWS account, go to http://noderun.com/al3/ai-can-read-code/

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