How to colourise black & white pictures: OpenVINO™ on Ubuntu containers demo (Part 1)

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Christmas is coming, but you don’t have a present on hand for your (grand)parents (Mom, Dad, if you’re reading this – I promise this post isn’t drawn from real life!). Looking for a solution? If your loved ones happened to live through the era of monochrome photography, keep reading. You can work some magic with Intel® Distribution of OpenVINO™ Toolkit on Ubuntu containers to give their old pictures new life. Hopefully, this blog will save Christmas!

Also, suppose you’re curious about AI/ML and what you can do with OpenVINO on Ubuntu containers. In that case, this blog is an excellent read for you too.

OpenVINO on Ubuntu containers: making developers’ lives easier

Docker image security isn’t only about provenance and supply chains; it’s also about the user experience. More specifically, the developer experience.

Removing toil and friction from your app development, containerisation, and deployment processes avoids encouraging developers to use untrusted sources or bad practices in the name of getting things done. As AI/ML development often requires complex dependencies, it’s the perfect proof point for secure and stable container images.

Why Ubuntu Docker images?

As the most popular container image in its category, the Ubuntu base image provides a seamless, easy-to-set-up experience. From public cloud hosts to IoT devices, the Ubuntu experience is consistent and loved by developers.

One of the main reasons for adopting Ubuntu-based container images is the software ecosystem. More than 30.000 packages are available in one  `install` command, with the option

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