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Helping the Visually Impaired Shop for Groceries

by Michael McLaughlin
Images of grocery store food, such as apples, apple juice, and oranges.

Researchers from Microsoft and the Swedish KTH Royal Institute of Technology have published Grocery Store Dataset, a dataset of 5,125 images of grocery store items, to improve systems that aid people with visual impairments when shopping. The dataset includes images of 81 product types, such as bananas, lemons, and papaya, from 18 different grocery stores, as well as product descriptions and nutritional information for each item.

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