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Segmentation annotation in minutes instead of hours

Hasty’s online annotation tool is the first ever that uses a human-in-the-loop, AI-assisted approach. The result? You can create annotations 10x quicker than ever before

AI assistance getting you labelling fast

With our semantic segmentation assistant, you will get quicker and more effective annotation.

Every annotation you make, we send to our model trainer. We then create a custom model for your project. This custom-tailored approach to AI annotation means that you can get the assistance of our AI tools no matter what the use case.

Constant feedback so that you can adjust your strategy

With our assistants, you can always see what our model sees, empowering you to make decisions on your data strategy while annotating.

Say that you are seeing that the model is struggling with picking up people with face masks? Add more annotations with face masks to improve and make your data asset more robust.

With Hasty, you can directly interact with an AI model - allowing you to debug and debias your dataset before training your first model.

Batch process thousands of images in one click

With our models maturing and getting you better and better results, the need for human supervision decreases. With enough data, you can batch process the rest, or a specific part, of your dataset in one click.

Getting started is easy

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Jenny Abrahamson

Software Engineer
at Audere

“Before discovering Hasty, labeling images was labor intensive, time-consuming, less accurate, and progression through the groundwork to build our AI detection model was much more frustrating. Hasty’s approach of training the model while labeling with faster annotate-test cycles has saved Audere countless hours. The speed and ease of use have allowed us to accelerate our mission to improve global health in the world’s most underserved communities.”