Deep Block

Welcome to Deep Block. You will find our knowledge base where you can master all the ins and outs of our Deep Block platform. 


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    Discover the vast array of computer vision tools offered by Deep Block.


    What kind of images can I upload and label with Deep Block?

    Deep Block supports the following image file formats: png, apng, jpg, svg, tiff, bmp, gif, ico and jp2.
    Deep Block also supports most video formats.

    What is the maximum size image I can upload?

    Deep Block supports high-resolution files up to 10GB for individual users. There is no limit to the number of images you can upload to Deep Block.
    Contact Us if you need to want to upload a larger image file.

    How many annotations shall I need to train my own model?

    The number of annotations needed to train an AI model depends on various factors, such as:

    • the complexity of the problem
    • the type and quality of data
    • the algorithms used 

    In general, the more annotations you have, the better the performance of the AI model will be.

    For instance, image classification models might require thousands or even millions of labeled images to achieve high accuracy. Object detection models might need hundreds to thousands of labeled images, depending on the complexity and variability of the objects to be detected. Image segmentation models typically require pixel-level annotations for a smaller set of images. 

    In any case, it is important to ensure that the annotations are accurate, consistent, and representative of the real-world data to avoid bias and improve the robustness of the AI model. The number of annotations needed to achieve this will depend on the specific use case and the quality standards required.

    As a good practice, it is better to test-train your model progressively and validate its performances. If you have any doubt, feel free to contact us directly.

    What is the difference between public projects and shared projects?

    Deep Block enables its users to share projects among themselves.

    • Shared projects: Users can share their projects privately with other users directly and invite them to collaborate.
    • Project Store: Users can upload their projects to the Project Store for others to use.
    • Public projects: Users can make their project public so that other users may offer their help to complete it.

    Therefore, the main difference between shared projects and public projects is the willingness to either work in a small private circle or in a more open environment with other Deep Block users.

    How can I export my projects?

    You can export your inference output of Deep Block directly in a COCO JSON format. You can also use the Deep Block API to integrate directly with your applications. Contact us if you want a trained model with weights in a file format.

    How can I create my account?

    You can simply create your account on for free. You can also refer to this article: Create an account.

    How much does Deep Block cost?

    Deep Block offers a monthly subscription starting from $0. You can choose a plan depending on your computational needs. Or contact us for enterprise license. 

    Can I access my projects after canceling my subscription?

    After cancellation, your projects will be available for the remaining duration of your subscription.

    After that, the projects will only be available on the Project Store if uploaded there beforehand. Otherwise, the account will be deactivated and projects deleted.

    We recommend you to export your projects before the end of your subscription.

    What should I do when an error occurs?

    If an error occurs, refresh the web page or turn off the browser and try accessing DEEP BLOCK again. If this does not resolve any issues, please contact us.


    Can we help you?

    Feel free to contact Deep Block's support team for your AI training needs.

    Ready to come on board? You can talk to sales.