My experience with the Intel® Edge AI Scholarship Foundational course

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For those like me trying to setup and run all the exercises from the course locally, I’d be posting some short scripts I made so that I could re run them across different machines, with minor changes of course. The one below is used to completely set up OpenVino, assuming it has been downloaded into the Downloads folder of the Ubuntu system. By complete here I meant installing the software, all related dependencies, setting up Environment variables, and finally validating the setup by running the Security Barrier Demo.

#!/bin re run them/bash

cd ../Downloads/;
tar -xvzf l_openvino_toolkit_p_*.tgz;
cd l_openvino_toolkit_p_*;
sudo ./install_GUI.sh;
echo "****************Installing dependencies****************";
cd /opt/intel/openvino/install_dependencies;
sudo -E ./install_openvino_dependencies.sh;
echo "****************Setting up Environment Variables****************";
source /opt/intel/openvino/bin/setupvars.sh;
echo "****************Configuring all supported frameworks****************";
cd /opt/intel/openvino/deployment_tools/model_optimizer/install_prerequisites;
sudo ./install_prerequisites.sh;
echo "****************Running Inference Engine Demo****************";
cd /opt/intel/openvino/deployment_tools/demo;
./demo_squeezenet_download_convert_run.sh;
./demo_security_barrier_camera.sh;

I’d be gradually posting exercise related code as well, once I get permission from the Udacity’s course moderators that is. So stay tuned.

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