Minimum score for object highlighting

We talked before about the minimum score for highlighting. Let's see exactly what that means by taking a look at what happens when we use different minimum scores for object highlighting. Let's start out with a value of 0.5 and see what objects are detected within our photograph:

As you can see, we have two kites selected with a fairly good accuracy score attached to each. The boxes are drawn in green to indicate high confidence targets. Not bad. But there are still a lot of objects out there that I think we should be picking up. There are a few more kites and several people that should be easy to detect. ...

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