FTP is ancient, especially in Internet years. The basic protocol spelled out in RFC 765 was submitted for review back in June of 1980. It has evolved a lot since then and taken on additional protocols that are similar in name only.
In the last post, we looked at a tool for generating realistic documents, to be used in machine learning training. This article introduces Augraphy, a Python library which solves the same problem while fitting easily into existing ML workflows in as few as 4 lines of code.
DocCreator is a program for producing synthetic ground-truth documents, designed to help you generate a larger dataset for training more robust deep learning models. It’s a WYSIWYG editor, a bit like Word for making digitized old documents.