Personalised nutrition could progress from mass customisation to full personalisation as companies leverage on factory automation, supply chain management, and 3D printing to increase the efficiency of providing customised products.
The use of Artificial intelligence (AI) and modern tracking technologies are helping to speed up research on healthy longevity and related interventions, says an expert panel speaking at a summit organised by the Milken Institute.
Interdisciplinary scientific research, as well as innovative products and services, is set to drive the future of personalised nutrition, according to a set of expert guidelines published by China Nutrition and Health Food Association (CNHFA).
A group of scientists has published a list of ‘best practices’ when using AI and related tools such as ChatGPT when writing research manuscripts, while an editor-in-chief of a scientific journal told us that there are plans to develop tools to identify...
The Research Triangle Institute (RTI) is driving the development of evidence-based precision nutrition to address various forms of non-communicable diseases (NCDs), including obesity, diabetes, and hypertension.
Japanese beverage giant Asahi is using an AI-powered design technology to design product packaging with a focus on ‘objectivity’ and ‘originality’, as opposed to going with the general industry flow of creating personalised designs.
Indian nutraceutical start-up BhookhaHaathi is launching an Artificial Intelligence (AI)-based personalised nutrition service, where the system pre-empts the users current and future health condition and makes customised recommendations.
Japanese brewery giant Asahi Group has established the Asahi Quality and Innovations Co. (AQI) as it seeks to advance its expertise in yeast and lactic acid bacteria, and adopt new digital technologies.