HL™ Startup Chronicles: What Does The PIR Prototype Detect In Popeye’s Cajun Fries

In this installment of the HL™ Startup Chronicles series, I (Desmond) demonstrate the prototypical means by which the PIR software has been programmed so far and do so with an image of a large order of Popeye’s cajun fries.

It would seem that the percentage that has been “detected” [on assumption] presumably correlates with an ingredient (i.e., concentrate) in the seasoning of the cajun fries. Kinda obvious but take notice of the trace amount (percentage). 

Still, this is just the “idiot box” approach of PIR.






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