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This tool is the default tool in Hasty, meaning that it is in use when you first enter the annotation interface. You can use this tool to move …

Development User documentation

Object Detection Assistant

The object detection assistant is one of our AI assistants. This assistant will help you with finding, creating, and labeling bounding boxes in a …

Development User documentation

Panning and zooming

To use Hasty, you will need to manipulate the work area in such a way that you can label whatever you see fit to annotate. For this, we have two …

Development User documentation


The polygon tool is most annotators preferred tool of choice for instance segmentation. It allows you to create more complex shapes than bounding …

Development User documentation

Polygon <-> Mask Conversion

Sometimes, you might want to switch between an annotation from polygon to mask or vice versa. Polygons tend to be easier to edit so if you have an …

Development User documentation

Semantic Segmentation Assistant

This assistant will help you with finding, creating, and labeling shapes and offers an exponentially quicker way of preparing data for semantic …

Development User documentation

When to use which tool

When using a new annotation tool, it can sometimes be hard to know which tools you should use. To that, we prepared this cheat sheet for you to use. …

Development Design Podcast

Your Competitive Advantage Comes From a Great Data Asset

The Data Driven Podcast was joined by Tristan Rouillard, a co-Founder of supports vision AI practitioners and their evolving needs …


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