AI can count a meal’s calories based on images from a wearable camera

An artificial intelligence that interprets images from wearable cameras can identify food and accurately estimate its weight to regulate how many calories one is consuming and what nutrients they are ingesting, that could be useful for automating dietary research.

Benny Lo at Imperial College London and his colleagues asked 13 subjects to wear cameras around their chests or mounted on glasses to fully capture images at mealtimes. The cameras took photographs every couple of seconds and …

An artificial intelligence that interprets images from wearable cameras can identify food and accurately estimate its weight to regulate how many calories one is consuming and what nutrients they are ingesting, that could be useful for automating dietary research. Benny Lo at Imperial College London and his colleagues asked 13 subjects to wear cameras around…

An artificial intelligence that interprets images from wearable cameras can identify food and accurately estimate its weight to regulate how many calories one is consuming and what nutrients they are ingesting, that could be useful for automating dietary research. Benny Lo at Imperial College London and his colleagues asked 13 subjects to wear cameras around…

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