Bill Classification in Tunisia Challenge
Use computer vision to classify receipts in Tunisa
Prize
Knowledge
Time
Active
Participants
33 active · 301 enrolled
Helping
Tunisia
Intermediate
Classification
Financial Services
Description

Expensya is a Cloud based multi-platform expense management software. The web and mobile solution covers the entire travel and expense journey: before, during and after each business trip.

One of the main features of Expensya is the automatic extraction of information out of the receipts. Currently, this is done with OCR+. With the emergence of relevant deep learning techniques, Expensya would like to explore the performance of Deep Learning to improve one of the main features of the application, which is the automatic classification of the receipts into different categories, right after snapping a picture of the receipt.

The objective of this challenge is to create a machine learning model to classify images of receipts by the category of the expense.

About Expensya (https://www.expensya.com/en)

Expensya is a French-Tunisian startup that automates expense reports, for 5000 companies in 100 countries, using AI. The solution enables professionals to get rid of this time-consuming task and to manage expense claims effectively. Using powerful AI and Machine Learning algorithms, the Expensya app integrates digitization, archiving, and smart processing technologies, which automatically capture expenses, among other data, in 1 second. Expensya also facilitates the data transmission and integrates perfectly with the accounting software.

Evaluation

The evaluation metric for this challenge is Log Loss.

Your submission file should look like:

img_id   cat_1  cat_2  cat_3  cat_4
img_1    1      0      0      0
img_2    0      0      1      0

For example, the above means that:

  • img_1 belongs to cat_1
  • img_2 belongs to cat_3
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Teams and collaboration

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Datasets and packages

The solution must use publicly-available, open-source packages only. Your models should not use any of the metadata provided.

You may use only the datasets provided for this competition. Automated machine learning tools such as automl are not permitted.

If the challenge is a computer vision challenge, image metadata (Image size, aspect ratio, pixel count, etc) may not be used in your submission.

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Submissions and winning

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