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Carlsberg Working With Microsoft To Develop AI-Based Flavor Sensing Technology

November 7, 2017: 12:00 AM EST
Danish brewer Carlsberg has partnered with Microsoft to develop a sensor platform based on artificial intelligence that would detect flavors and aromas in beer. The multimillion-dollar Beer Fingerprinting Project is expected to result in technology that would reduce the time and costs associated with developing new types of beer by being able to distinguish among all the flavors developed each day in the Carlsberg laboratory. A Carlsberg scientist said the technology would enable researchers to select and develop novel brewer’s yeast for application in craft, specialty, core and alcohol-free beers “at much higher speed and even better quality.” Also involved in the project are scientists from the Technical University of Denmark and Aarhus University.
Rachel Arthur, "Carlsberg Turns to Artificial Intelligence in ‘Beer Fingerprinting’ Project", BeverageDaily.com, November 07, 2017, © William Reed Business Media Ltd
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