Massachusetts Institute of Technology researchers used AI to determine optimal growing conditions to create the most flavourful basil. Increasingly, players in the food industry are embracing artificial intelligence. Photo: Scott Olson/Getty Images North America/AFP

Artificial flavouring: how AI is disrupting food industry by harnessing data for new product development

  • Oysters and kiwi fruit – not an obvious food pairing, but the product of an algorithm and now a fixture on the menu of a restaurant in Belgium
  • It’s an example of data-driven innovation as the food industry turns to artificial intelligence to improve nutrition and find novel flavour combinations to try
Topic |   Artificial intelligence

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Massachusetts Institute of Technology researchers used AI to determine optimal growing conditions to create the most flavourful basil. Increasingly, players in the food industry are embracing artificial intelligence. Photo: Scott Olson/Getty Images North America/AFP
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