Karachi’s NED University students have developed Pakistan’s first artificial intelligence-based software that tests the quality of rice.
Developed by the university’s National Center for Artificial Intelligence (NCAI), the software is called ‘Rice Quality Analyzer’ and describes 7 features of rice through machine learning, including length, width, and width of rice. Can tell the weight and ratio of rice breakage in less than 60 seconds.
Rice Quality Analyzer provides up to 99% accurate results while it is similar to the latest Japanese and American software but is more effective than the Japanese version.
This software has been developed keeping in view the environmental conditions of Pakistan and is tailored to the needs of the rice industry.
Hafiz Ahsan-ur-Rehman, a research associate at the National Center for Artificial Intelligence (NCAI) and a member of the Rice Quality Analyzer Software Development Team, attributed the success to a significant milestone for Pakistan’s rice sector.