Is Artificial Intelligence the Future of TOMRA’s Resource Revolution?

Food sorting machines with the ability to think like humans could solve the greatest challenges facing the industry today, says TOMRA Sorting Food. Food security and reducing waste are both high on the international agenda with the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations estimating that by 2050, feeding a global population of nine billion will require a 70 per cent increase in food production. In addition, a report by the UK’s Institute of Mechanical Engineers suggested that as much as half of all the food produced in the world – equivalent to two billion tonnes – ends up as waste each year. Pieter Willems, technical director at TOMRA Sorting Food, says that consumer tolerance towards natural variations in fresh and processed foods should be fed back into the…


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