AI shows potential in providing nutritional information, researchers find

Artificial intelligence performed similarly to nutritionists in estimating energy and macronutrient contents, according to a study published in JAMA Network Open.
“In a digital world, people increasingly rely on the internet for food-related and nutrition-related information,” Yen Nhi Hoang, MSc, from the College of Nutrition at Taipei Medical University in Taiwan, and colleagues wrote. “However, a recent report showed that almost one-half of online, nutrition-related information was inaccurate (48.9%) or was of low quality (48.8%).”
They added that although artificial

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