DeepStack January Update 2022.01.1

Hello everyone,

We are excited to share the latest updates to DeepStack across all available versions. This release fixes a number of bugs and introduces new features and performance enhancements.

Highlights

Install the Latest Versions of DeepStack to take advantage of this update.

Docker CPU
deepquestai/deepstack:cpu-2022.01.1

Docker GPU
deepquestai/deepstack:gpu-2022.01.1

Docker Jetson
deepquestai/deepstack:jetpack-2021.01.1

Docker Arm64(Including Raspberry PI)
deepquestai/deepstack:arm64-2022.01.1

Docker Arm64 Server(For Higher End Arm64 Devices)
deepquestai/deepstack:arm64-server-2022.01.1

For the latest Windows CPU and GPU binaries, download in the GitHub release linked below.

Release DeepStack 2022.01.1 Release · johnolafenwa/DeepStack (github.com)

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Thanks for the update and a great project!
One thing - On Docker hub the CPU tag version shows as 1.98GB but when I pull it to my Docker desktop it shows 4.28GB. The last version on my Docker shows 2.89GB. Is it ok?
Thanks.

Awesome.

Thanks @OlafenwaMoses, @john. In a future update, would you please consider adding the currently-running version number and installation type on the “DeepStack Activated” webpage? It’d be a fast and easy way for users to check what’s running. Thanks!

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Noted. We will add this in subsequent updates. Thanks @aesterling :pray:

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With this latest Windows GPU version I am getting no objects detected on any picture. The request “succeeds”, but it just doesn’t detect anything. I will try the CPU version next.

The CPU version isn’t working for me either

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