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4. Cornell University researchers used AI to analyze images of food and drink products purchased by Oktoberfest-goers in Germany. The findings show that machine learning for detecting objects can be used in automated checkout services, but the detection results must be stable. As part of the research, the researchers suggested a system they called "pseudo labeling" - or using a model trained on already-labeled data to annotate unlabeled data - to work around the labor-intensive process of analyzing massive amounts of data. The published datasets are available online. - ZDNET

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