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Carlsberg Research Project Hopes To Cut Beer Development Time By 30 Percent

December 26, 2017: 12:00 AM EST
Denmark’s Carlsberg brewery has teamed with Microsoft and two universities in a government-backed, three-year project that aims to speed new beer development using sophisticated flavor and aroma artificial intelligence sensors. Brewers have to check whether new strains of yeast can grow and produce alcohol before determining whether they have the right aroma and flavor, a time-consuming effort. The development process for innovative beers with new flavors would go as much as 30 percent faster using the sensors. Carlsberg is contemplating creating a spin-off unit to determine whether the same AI technique could work for industries such as food and pharmaceuticals.
Richard Milne, "Carlsberg Turns to AI to Help Develop Beers", Financial Times, December 26, 2017, © The Financial Times Ltd.
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