AutoBill: Autonomous Checkout System with Raspberry Pi @Raspberry_Pi #PiDay #RaspberryPi
AutoBill is a project from Coders Café that provides an AI-powered autonomous checkout system for retail stores. Here’s more from hackster.io:
AutoBill provides a faster checkout shopping experience to minimize human interactions in the store to keep shoppers and employees safer during the pandemic.
AutoBill uses computer vision and machine learning to visually detect and instantly identify the items placed and the weight sensor measure the weights of the things placed on the counter-top. Once the items are identified, things are automatically added to the cart and the bill is generated instantaneously. QR code for payment is generated and users can pay the bill by scanning the QR code.
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