We already have Artificial Intelligence using features like facial recognition to personalize experiences for us, but this story about “AI Gastronomy” looks forward to a future where we might be able to reverse engineer many things about food simply from relying on AI to recognize and measure ingredients. This could allow us to “scan” the nutritional benefits of a particular meal, better track our health and even eventually have food automatically prepared for us that meets our specific dietary requirements or accounts for health concerns.
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