Data Labeling Services

We generate an infinite array of data annotation and data labeling to train computer vision algorithms for object detection, activity recognition and more.

Training computer-vision AI to be accurate and nuanced requires diverse, complex annotations — a lot of them.

Our data labeling service generates automated annotations for AI training via robust simulations in computer-modeled 3D environments that train AI in object detection, activity recognition, and generate an endless supply of annotations for AI models and algorithms.

Data Labeling 2D Bounding Boxes


This is the simplest type of data labeling that outlines relevant objects to describe a relatively precise location of an object.

Data Labeling 3D Bounding Boxes


These data annotations help algorithms understand the orientation and relative structure of an object.

Data Labeling Segmentation Masks


These data annotations provide the finest level of outlining for objects, and are typically used when precision is required at all costs.

Data Labeling Depth Masks


Depth annotations describe the distance of an object relative to other objects.

Data Labeling Surface Normals


Normals convey information about surface direction and detail.

Data Labeling Keypoint/Pose


This helps machine learning algorithms understand the pose of a person or object.

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What Does Data Labeling Mean?

In machine learning, data labeling is the process of identifying raw data (images, text files, videos, etc.) and adding one or more meaningful and informative labels to provide context so that a machine learning model can learn from it.

What is the Difference Between Labeled and Unlabeled Data?

Labeled data is data that comes with a tag, like a name, a type, or a number. Unlabeled data is data that comes with no tag.

What is Metadata?

In machine learning, algorithms are trained from annotated datasets based on images or, in our case with synthetic data, 3D environments. Raw data doesn’t tell us — or machines — much, but it’s the metadata, via annotations, that combine together to create predictive algorithms for computer vision.

What are Annotations?

Annotations describe the data. For example, if you’re training a deep learning algorithm to recognize the difference between certain animals, annotations could be a list of values that represent the locations within an image or environment of dogs and cats. Annotations may also include their orientation — which way they’re facing — their color, even their age.

Eventually, once an algorithm has ingested enough metadata — annotations — it can then recognize cats versus dogs and, eventually, generalize to new and unseen cases — breeds, skinny versus overweight, even mood — as it’s given more annotations to learn from.

Why are Data Labeling Services Important?

The labels used to identify training data must be informative, discriminating and independent to produce a quality machine learning algorithm. A properly labeled dataset provides a ground truth that the ML model used to check its predictions for accuracy and to continue refining its algorithm.

Difficult to reach places such as underwater locations, hard to replicate scenarios like extreme weather, varying perspectives from top down to bottoms up, costly real world tests like crashes all become easily simulated in virtual worlds through data labeling.