A smartphone with new artificial intelligence (AI) algorithm that allows to differentiate between genuine products and fake products. Against the same product has been developed by a team of Indian-origin researchers in the US.
The new method, by contrast, provides a non-intrusive solution. To easily distinguish authentic versions of the product created by the original manufacturer. The fake versions of the product made by counterfeiters.
Classification accuracy is more than 98 per cent
It does so by deploying a dataset of three million images across various objects. Materials such as fabrics, leather, pills, electronics, toys and shoes.
“The classification accuracy is more than 98 per cent, and we show how our system works with a cellphone to verify the authenticity of everyday objects,” said Lakshminarayanan Subramanian, professor at NYU.
“The underlying principle of our system stems from the idea that microscopic characteristics in a genuine product
However, A class of products corresponding to the same larger product line exhibit inherent similarities used to distinguish these products from their corresponding counterfeit versions,” said Subramanian.