Smart food and artificial intelligence
Fad diets, often baseless, appeal to an increasing number of people. Technologist deconstructs these trends and presents the latest scientific developments that will actually define the food of the future, like methods to feed 10 billion people in 2050 or edible packaging or analysis tools like organs-on-a-chip.
This edition also includes a feature on the challenges of artificial intelligence. Elon Musk warned the world two years ago that AI could be more dangerous than nuclear weapons. Others believe it can transform the world of medicine and diagnostics. Technologist weighs the pros and cons.
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