A Real-time Junk Food Recognition System based on Machine Learning

@article{Shifat2022ARJ,
  title={A Real-time Junk Food Recognition System based on Machine Learning},
  author={Sirajum Munira Shifat and Takitazwar Parthib and Sabikunnahar Talukder Pyaasa and Nila Maitra Chaity and N. Udhaya Kumar and Md. Kishor Morol},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2022},
  volume={abs/2203.11836}
}
As a result of bad eating habits, humanity may be destroyed. People are constantly on the lookout for tasty foods, with junk foods being the most common source. As a consequence, our eating patterns are shifting, and we’re gravitating toward junk food more than ever, which is bad for our health and increases our risk of acquiring health problems. Machine learning principles are applied in every aspect of our lives, and one of them is object recognition via image processing. However, because… 

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