Artificial Intelligence in Food Safety Control
Yasin Ozdemir1*, Omer Nuri Cam2 and Seda Kayahan1
1Ataturk Horticultural Central Research Institute, Food Technologies Department - Yalova, Turkey
2Uludag University Technical Sciences, Vocational School, Bursa, Turkey
*Corresponding Author: Yasin Ozdemir, Ataturk Horticultural Central Research Institute, Food Technologies Department – Yalova, Turkey.
April 14, 2021; Published: June 09, 2021
There is a strong relationship between food poisoning and inadequate personal hygiene of staff in food production. Innovative food hygiene control methods will be beneficial and effective tools for ensuring high food safety and quality. (Artificial intelligence is one of the potential tool to control them.) This review summarizes and explain some uses and future potential use cases of artificial intelligence in some food safety control measurements. Low cost, continuous , objective and real time control may be possible with artificial intelligence uses in the food industry. Future studies should focus on new usage areas of artificial intelligence control tools on food industry. However, in this respect we recommend to perform preventive control measurements rather than final product quality control.
Keywords: Hygiene Control; Food Quality; Artificial Intelligence; Computer Vision; HACCP
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