Labelbox is a collaborative training data platform empowering teams to rapidly build artificial intelligence applications.
Using model-assisted labeling to speed up annotation efficiency with Labelbox
Recently, a team of researchers at the Institute of Industrial Science, a part of The University of Tokyo, leveraged Labelbox's model-assisted labeling features in order to speed up their machine learning processes by 2-3x.
Live webcast (4/24)- How to build world-class AI applications with Labelbox
We're excited to invite you to our upcoming product webinar: How to build world-class AI Applications with Labelbox. The virtual event will be held next Friday, April 24 at 10am PST, we'll also send a recorded version to registrants. During the live webcast, we'll be covering: Some best practices for
Introducing the Labelbox NLP labeling editor: sign up for early access
We’re excited to announce the closed beta of our Natural Language Processing (NLP) product: a brand new Named Entity recognition (NER) and text classification labeling system. Labelbox customers are among the largest enterprises that are rapidly growing their machine learning practices and want a unified platform to create and
Announcing $25M Series B led by Andreessen Horowitz to build the Training Data Platform
We’re humbled to announce a new round of venture investment led by Peter Levine, general partner at Andreessen Horowitz. Our early investors: Gradient Ventures, Kleiner Perkins, and First Round Capital also participated.
How can framing your problem help you build a good dataset for it?
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Asking good questions isn’t the first step to building enterprise ML, it’s step 0
When email first came on the scene, it was revolutionary. People were excited to try a faster method of communicating with friends and business contacts. But of course, someone quickly found a way to ruin it. Spam (unwanted bulk emails, not the canned meat product) started popping up in huge