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The science of food: How GE is using Big Data to make sense of what you’re eating

It would be a crime to visit Austin without sampling the local barbecue here, so we stopped by General Electric’s BBQ Research Center at SXSW to see how the team is using GE technology to make sense of all things food.

Greeting the entrance of the outdoor “lab” is the 12-foot BBQ smoker which contains multiple sensors to record temperature, humidity, smoke velocity and meat temperature in real time. Greeting the entrance of the outdoor “lab” is the 12-foot BBQ smoker which contains multiple sensors to record temperature, humidity, smoke velocity and meat temperature in real time.

Source: thenextweb.com

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