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Bühler is working with Microsoft to make food safer

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Food safety & more: Food processing equipment maker Bühler is using IoT, ML and AI to cut energy consumption and food waste — all while making foods safer to eat. Switzerland-based Bühler has launched LumoVision, a digital sorting machine connected to Bühler’s Insights that pairs Microsoft cloud technology, including IoT and AI, with ultraviolet light to identify harmful toxins in harvested grains and cut food waste. In his Microsoft Ignite keynote, Satya Nadella shared part two of the Bühler story, highlighting how Bühler is integrating blockchain technology into its platform to help grain, flour, rice and corn millers track crops and grains from the field to food processing mills and, ultimately, to grocery stores. To learn more about Bühler LumoVision, visit http://msft.social/grgZEq Subscribe to Microsoft on YouTube here: https://aka.ms/SubscribeToYouTube Follow us on social: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/microsoft/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Microsoft Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Microsoft/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/microsoft/ For more about Microsoft, our technology, and our mission, visit https://aka.ms/microsoftstories
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Lan G (6 months ago)
Can they make a computer vision system that monitors the complete distribution chain to identify and predict when and if somebody is putting pins and needles in fruit?
3ICE (6 months ago)
The actual goal should be fixing that 30% waste. Which is not the same as reducing 30% resource use. By far. Reducing energy use by 30% removes only 9% energy waste through food waste. (And 9% water waste, also.) Still a far better solution than anything I could bring into effect though. Thank you. My simplistic calculation in Excel: Energy in Energy waste 100% 30% 70% 21% Actual reduction in energy waste: 9% only. Even though you reduced energy use by 30%, you only fixed 9% of the "problem"... And food waste — the actual problem — remains 30% by the way.
3ICE (6 months ago)
Exactly. Thank you! Very good point; Embrace rather than criticize. Very good to have a positive outlook on life. Instead of complaining all the time.
Isekream (6 months ago)
Look at it the other way: They fixed an impressive 9% of the problem... we have to start somewhere as a person, community, corporation and society. In my humble opinion, we should embrace every bit of improvement instead of criticising it.
3ICE (6 months ago)
Global waste: 21% reduced to: 15% Your "fix" helps: 6% globally. Not even 9%
Alword (6 months ago)
How blockchain can help produce the food can sombody explain?
Roberto Dijo (6 months ago)
Blockchain will be used for food traceability. What does this mean? The aim is to track food from the farm to the store in near real-time. One of the benefits of doing this is to help reduce the spread of foodborne illnesses by pinpointing issues in the food chain. So safer food and reduce waste.
MIC MUTED (6 months ago)
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Raj kumar (6 months ago)
Great
Nomadic Noah (6 months ago)
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DsYkX Plays games (6 months ago)
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EXTINCTMON the renamon (6 months ago)
Cool!
Uber Zolt (6 months ago)
Oh nvm this is the good shit
Uber Zolt (6 months ago)
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Uber Zolt (6 months ago)
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