Friday, September 5, 2014

Baidu Develops Smart Chopsticks to Verify Food Safety

Baidu CEO Robin Li gives a presentation introducing his company’s newest product – smart chopsticks.
5 SEPTEMBER 2014
Baidu CEO Robin Li gives a presentation introducing his company’s newest product – smart chopsticks.
According to the Wall Street Journal on Sept. 3 (local time), Chinese web giant Baidu has developed so-called “smart chopsticks,” which can find out whether foods have gone bad.
Known as Kuaisou in Chinese, these chopsticks can measure the freshness of cooking oil, pH levels and temperature of liquid, and the calories of fruit. It is possible to find out whether oil has gone bad by measuring the freshness of cooking oil. The term pH is a measurement of the acidity of a solution. People can see the results of experiments with a smartphone app connected to the chopsticks.
- See more at: http://www.businesskorea.co.kr/article/6249/imitation-invention-baidu-develops-smart-chopsticks-verify-food-safety#sthash.wu9OhOFq.dpuf
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