Today the Spoon is thrilled to announce the Food AI Summit, the world’s first event focused exclusively on AI’s impact across the food ecosystem.
The conference, which will take place on October 25th in Alameda, California, will convene scientists, investors, entrepreneurs, and others who are building the future of food using AI together for a day of keynote talks, interactive sessions, product demonstrations, and networking. The event will feature experts from the worlds of agriculture, food science, retail, synthetic biology, restaurants, and consumer products discussing the implications of AI. Sessions will cover the entire spectrum of AI technologies, from machine learning and computer vision to the quickly evolving world of generative AI.
“Over the past decade, AI has had a significant impact on every aspect of the food system,” said Michael Wolf, publisher of The Spoon and the Food AI Summit’s conference chair. “But we’re only at the beginning, as AI becomes an increasingly critical accelerator to transforming a global food system under stress from unprecedented challenges.”
At the Food AI Summit, attendees will hear from some of the most visionary leaders at the intersection of food and AI, including NotCo’s Matias Muchnick, Shiru’s Jasmin Hume, and Inevitable Tech’s David Lee. More speakers will be announced in the coming weeks.
The Food AI Summit is produced by The Spoon, a leading news and events company focused on food technology. The Spoon’s first event, the Smart Kitchen Summit, launched in 2015 and helped catalyze the conversation about the digital transformation of the consumer meal journey and today The Spoon has events in Europe, Asia, and North America.