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Artificial intelligence frameworks produce more secure, precise production line results at a faster rate and with greater consistency than human workers.
Fremont, CA: Food production is a process-centric industry. It is crucial for the present food manufacturing companies to take up new approaches to settle on better choices, improve operations, and influence innovative technology development.
AI can learn and then make smart, informed decisions based on what it has learned, including fast, calculations, and data analysis. Users must feed AI data in order for it to learn and grow. As a result, one's system will become more intelligent and assist one in making better decisions about the upkeep of one's specific business. Like how a person thinks, AI can process a lot more information because of its complexities and analysis capabilities; people simply do not have that capacity.
Here are some real-life examples of how AI and machine learning can change the game for F&B makers around the world:
Safety and Quality
Artificial intelligence frameworks produce more secure, precise production line results at a faster rate and with greater consistency than human workers. Furthermore, on the processing plant floor, AI-based detection can be used to keep employees and equipment safer by recognizing potential hazards, such as a worker who has forgotten to wear the appropriate safety equipment.
Transparency and Waste Reduction
Obviously, the waste aspect of the food and beverage industry is a highly debated and scrutinized aspect of the business. The food service industry in the United Kingdom alone loses around £2.4 billion in squandered food, so it's only natural that innovation is being used to save this money.
AI is being used throughout the world's supply chains to track each stage of the manufacturing and supply chain process, such as tracking costs, monitoring stock levels, and even countries of origin.
Existing solutions, for example, Symphony Retail AI, use this data to precisely track transportation costs, all pricing mentioned above, and inventory levels to assess how much food is required and where to limit waste created.
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