What might the future of the food industry look like given the impending probabilities of the Internet of Things? Here’s an interesting article that aims to answer ways artificial intelligence may reshape the food industry.
Here’s a key bit of the article:
Food decisions could become simple confirmations. Confirmations of health-algorithm derived recommendations, hyper-personalized based on data from our DNA, stress levels picked up by sensors, and observed interactions with various foods. And hopefully your personal favorites.
I’ve talked with this author and plan to get a copy of the survey results when they publish.
So, while that article makes some very interesting predictions, this next article does well to illustrate practical scenarios for how sensors work, and may help power the IoTs.
It provides some great examples and use cases on the role sensors can and will play in the evolution of artificial intelligence, robotics, and the Internet of things.
That article provides technical and philosophical meanderings on how it sensors can be used to innovate artificial intelligence and the Internet of things.
It takes the position that humans are the ultimate sensing ‘machines’ and that they can / should be used as models for how to improve manufacturing and other robotics tied to IoT – via sensors. Pretty wild stuff.