Artificial Intelligence

Theo Mizzi discusses handling and transit issues in the food and drink supply chain. Image credit: Getty/B4LLS

Opinion

Handling and storage challenges in the food supply chain

By Theo Mizzi

Theo Mizzi, project manager at Inverto UK, discusses handling and storage challenges in the food and drink supply chain and how artificial intelligence can play a role in maintaining integrity during transit.

Are current meat inspections fair on smaller abattoirs? Credit: Getty/Portra

Short read

Does meat inspection at small abattoirs need to change?

By Bethan Grylls

With many smaller abattoirs forced to close, is it time for the meat inspection process in the UK to change in support of independents – and what is the government already doing to help?

ChatGPT has thrown artificial intelligence into the spotlight but how far can this technology go? Credit: Getty/Userba011d64_201

Long read

How far can AI go?

By Marcel Koks

Marcel Koks, Infor’s food industry strategy leader, asks what AI can achieve for the food and beverage industry.

Could AI have solved supply chain issues that led to severe vegetable shortages in the UK?

News

AI 'could have prevented vegetable shortages'

By Gwen Ridler

The recent vegetable shortages – especially tomatoes – experienced across the UK could have been prevented through clever use of artificial intelligence (AI) technologies, according to supply chain software supplier Reflex Solutions.

X-rays rule the roost in detection tech, but metal detectors still have their place

Detection and inspection feature

Advances and developments in detection and inspection technology

By Gwen Ridler

In the world of detection and inspection, the latest advances in food safety technology have been propelled by a need to not only save space and money, but also larger goals of becoming more sustainable and offering more comprehensive coverage for discovering...

Siemens offered its thoughts on automation in the face of Brexit-related supply issues

Opinion

Automation a solution to 'cliff-edge' Brexit delays

By Gwen Ridler

Siemens Digital Logistics development consultant Phil Lavin and Digital Industries head of food and beverage Keith Thornhill discuss how automation technologies can be used to compensate for the delays caused by our ‘cliff-edge’ Brexit.

Empiricai's new system can detect violations to social distancing rules and if employees aren't wearing PPE

AI system tracks COVID-19 in food factories

By Gwen Ridler

Identifying COVID-19 symptoms and the use of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning were key topics in our exclusive interview with Salman Chaudhary, chief executive of AI systems developer Empiricai.

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