Despite having a well-written specification, no project can exist without corner cases. In this case, we encountered a complex life cycle of bubbles. A bubble forms, grows, transforms, explodes, and disappears, leaving only its shape behind. In the photos, it looks like a lunar crater. During the pilot project and for creating a reference annotation to guide our project delivery, it was crucial to make as many clarifications as possible. In this case, we asked our client following questions:
- How to annotate the moment of a bubble's explosion?
- How to annotate the shape without the bubble?
- What is the minimum size for a bubble to be annotated? What qualifies as a "small" bubble?
High-quality data accounts for 80% of the neural network's correct functioning, so we always carefully study the instructions, ask questions, and deliver the annotations in iterations to ensure that developers achieve the desired and predictable results. You could say we work according to the Agile methodology, which is a flexible approach to project management.