This New App Gives You Recipes Based On Your Food Photos

It's like a smarter version of Instagram.

PixFood
Screenshot via Pixfood.com

If there’s one thing that hasn’t yet been invaded by artificial intelligence, it’s food. But PixFood plans to fix that. The new app will allow users to know exactly which ingredients make up a plate, while also giving them personalized recipes. Because that’s what we all need, especially on a lazy day.

How the app works is pretty straightforward: take a picture of food and the app tells you which ingredients are involved in the making of the dish, while also giving recipes based on the food you have in your fridge.

TechCrunch reports that the main difference between PixFood and other food apps is the fact that the former is personalized and creates a profile for you that’s singular and unlike anyone else’s. “After you take a photo, the app instantly sends you tailored recipe suggestions! At first, they are more or less the same for everyone, but as you continue using it, it starts to learn what you precisely like, by connecting patterns and taking into consideration different behaviors,” said Martin Tonnesson, CEO and founder of PixFood.

The next step in the recently launched app is to connect itself to restaurants and delivery services, so you can order something your craving or the items you need in order to cook whatever the app is recommending.

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