DataArt on the Leading Edge of Food Recognition

DataArt on the Leading Edge of Food Recognition

The DataArt Orange initiative spent lots of development efforts for its food recognition R&D project. And finally it feels that the market is ready for the technology. Last week Google announced at the Rework Deep Learning Summit an artificial intelligence project to calculate the calories in pictures of food you have taken. According to The Guardian, “the prospective tool called Im2Calories, aims to identify food snapped and work out the calorie content”. There is not much information about the project and what algorithms are available at the moment, but what is available indicates that Im2Calories will utilize a similar approach used by DataArt’s Computer Vision Competence Centre researchers in their Eat’n’Click project.
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DataArt Announces ORANGE – the Missing Piece in Nutrition Tracking

New R&D initiative provides food recognition technology to calculate calorie intake NEW YORK – March 27, 2014DataArt, a leading custom software development company that builds advanced solutions for select industries, today announced the first results of DataArt ORANGE, a series of research and development projects that aim to automate the tracking of users’ nutrition habits. The DataArt ORANGE program automatically tracks calorie information by scanning photographs of food. DataArt ORANGE technology can currently recognize over 100 foods with an 85% success rate.
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