The OIDv4 ToolKit is a neat Python package that lets you syphon off parts of Amazon's OpenImages dataset into custom object detection datasets of your own. At Roboflow, we often merge these with our own datasets (in conjunction with the label remapping pre-processing step) to get more training data.
Unfortunately, the format that OIDv4 spits out isn't compatible with any known models -- you'll need to convert them to a standard format with a tool like Roboflow.
With Roboflow, you can deploy a computer vision model without having to build your own infrastructure.
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