LRQA: AI tech not a ‘magic bullet’ for food safety

Seafood traceability

Supply chains warned that food safety protocols should be firmly in place before reaping the benefits that AI has to offer

While artificial intelligence (AI) will have a significant impact on the food industry, it is important not to treat it like a magic bullet. Instead, food safety protocols should be firmly in place before the benefits offered by AI can be reaped, insists global assurance partner LRQA.

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