Home Digital Disruption: Role of Artificial Intelligence in the Future of Food

Disruptive technologies that in the past were considered novel may now be an imperative if a business is to succeed in the “next normal”

The use of artificial intelligence (AI) in the food and nutrition industry is transforming the way food will be processed and consumed. As the technology becomes more capable, it can be used in more advanced applications that can make food production more efficient, safe and profitable.

The food and nutrition industry has always been at the forefront of adopting emerging technologies and the COVID-19 pandemic has fast-tracked this to the next level. The digitalizing of operational processes has been on the radar for companies of all sizes for a while but has usually landed in the ‘we’ll get to it eventually’ column.

Join our F&N Analyst for the webinar that deep dives into “Digital Disruption: Role of Artificial Intelligence in the Future of Food” and showcases one such technology from Brightseed. Sarah Browner will be interviewing Jim Flatt, CEO and Co-founder of Brightseed as part of this webinar, giving an opportunity to attendees to hear about the future of food with AI.

In this webinar, we will be looking at new disruptive technologies in the space of AI as well as how some of the leading food and beverage players are leveraging these technologies across the supply chain.

Why attend this webinar?

With this webinar you will gain insight into some of the industry’s most pressing questions;

  • What are the opportunities and challenges in AI adoption?
  • What are leading players doing in this space and what can we learn from this strategy?
  • Where to look for leading technologies and disruptive innovations in this space?

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