Bad tastes developed by Artificial Intelligence (AI) They are no longer a fictional story, and the taste of roast beef was developed by the Swiss company Firmenich. The world’s first version of artificial intelligence was created in collaboration with Microsoft and used all of Firmenich’s extensive database of raw materials.
Firmenich is currently working on advanced tests on the new Flavors generated by artificial intelligence in all its basic shades, meaning there are more AI-created flavors to develop.
The resulting grilled beef flavor takes advantage of Firmenich’s unique range of ingredients and SmartProteins’ expertise in plant-based protein alternatives.
The company has discovered that the flavor of the beef it uses IA to optimize ingredient combinations to create a custom flavor, especially for the increasingly popular space without meat.
Artificial intelligence and tastes
Using technology continues to shape the future food industryAI can play a key role thanks to its predictive, accurate and predictive capabilities, which is why an increasing number of companies and brands are leveraging its capabilities across sectors.
The better the dairy industry can predict what milk intake will be, the more companies will be able to plan and optimize their entire value chains. AI tool Arla Foods It predicts how much milk 1.5 million cows can produce and allows milk production to be reduced for a few hours.
Adaptation to the pandemic
Crisis of COVID-19 has changed the landscape of food innovation as well as the consumer market, according to Firmenich Flavor President Emmanuel Butstraen, who explains how Firmenich has been quick to respond to the changing environment.
“We need to understand and respond to these rapidly evolving needs with more creativity and an even faster pace. Whether we’re offering moments of comfort and pleasure or addressing the larger shift toward healthier food and beverages.”