The #internetoffood tweetup is your chance to read and chime in on your ideas of what technology can do for the future of food.
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SmartPlate is a plate connected to a phone app that weighs your food and identifies what you are eating with tiny cameras. And it’s not alone in tableware tech.
The food tech industry is taking off, especially when it comes to time and convenience. What are people looking for and which type of companies are investors interested in?
Earlier, when we needed more space and farms, we simply cleared off more land. This is not a viable option today. Thus, companies are now starting to develop vertical farming.
Some companies aren’t just out to make money or make things more convenient. Some are out to change more than just food in the world.
The Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health has come up with a possible way to prevent pathogenic microorganisms from infiltrating crops in the form of nano-sized water particles.
Do you hate to cook and have $15,000 to spend? Then Moley’s robot chef might be just the thing for you!
No need to wait for service, just use your table-top tablet to order, refill and pay!