Checking Your Edge Impulse tinyML Model on a Browser

To mark my high school students' completed Edge Impulse assignments, I have them download a WebAssembly (or WASM) model, unzip the two files called “edge-impulse-standalone.js” and “edge-impulse-standalone.wasm," and then put them in a folder on a (secure) https server. My students use GitHub and setting up a GitPages secure static web server is fairly easy.  

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