IBM Hypertaste: An AI-assisted e-tongue for fast and portable fingerprinting of complex liquids

July 6, 2019

The human sense of taste is the result of millennia of evolution and astoundingly good at letting us enjoy both pleasant foods and beverages as well as “warning” us against ingestion of harmful substances. Man-made sensors, on the other hand, have yet to approach the ease with which humans recognize substances.

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