Rendered.ai was designed with two users in mind, who often have separate but overlapping job functions: Synthetic Data Engineers and Computer Vision Engineers.
Synthetic Data Engineer: The synthetic data engineer is a practitioner who applies the principles of synthetic data engineering to the design, development, maintenance, testing, and evaluation of synthetic data for consumption by AI/ML algorithms. Competence in this art is obtained through the creation of multiple datasets, with multiple variations, addressing multiple AI learning issues. The experience set tends to be horizontal across multiple engagements and this person has gained domain expertise in profound and nuanced changes on synthetic data and its likely effect on generalized algorithms.
Computer Vision Engineer: The computer vision engineer approaches the problem from a specific algorithm and the specific learning task perspective. A computer vision engineer focuses on how AI can gain a high-level understanding from digital images or video of how the real world behaves. This practitioner is solving a particular AI/ML problem, understands the limitations of the particular algorithm, and designs synthetic data to stretch those limits.
The Platform provides the following capabilities, targeted to each of these users:
Benefits for Synthetic Data Engineers
Benefits for Computer Vision Engineers
Typical Rendered.ai workflows
Rendered.ai is has been used for some of the following commercial and research applications:
Generating synthetic CV imagery to train detection algorithms for rare and unusual objects in satellite and aerial imagery
Generating simulated Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) datasets to test and evaluate SAR object detection algorithms
Embedding synthetic data as an OEM capability underneath a 3rd party x-ray detection system to allow end customers to test domain-specific detection of rare and unusual objects
Simulating microscopy videos of human oocyte development over time to train AI to recognize different developmental stages
*Unlimited refers to the Rendered.ai subscription licensing which allows a set number of users to generate datasets in a managed, hosted concurrent compute environment that does not limit the number of jobs run, pixels generated, or images produced.