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Detecting Prohibited Items

by Morgan Stevens
Security checkpoint at an airport

Researchers at State Key Laboratory of Computer Science and Beihang University in China and JD Finance America Corporation in the United States have released the largest dataset of x-ray images of items commonly prohibited at security checkpoints. The dataset contains 47,677 x-rays of 12 categories of objects: guns, knives, wrenches, pliers, scissors, hammers, handcuffs, batons, sprayers, power banks, lighters, and bullets.  

Get the data.

Image credit: Flickr user Thomas Hawk

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