Have your say with the e-tongue!


“High-tech electronic noses and tongues are rivaling the capabilities of their human counterparts and may someday prove more valuable to food and beverage companies than living, breathing expert tasters,” writes the Washington Post.

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Related: “Scents and Sensibility,” The New Yorker, 3/10/08
Who’s threatening us now? Robots!” Dr. V

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10 Responses to “Have your say with the e-tongue!”

  1. Giving new meaning to “eRobertParker.com”

  2. First the SWRA, and now wine-tasting robots! Just for that, I’m not shaving today;)

  3. Male with brain in actual head discovered.

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  6. You may be able to smell the coffee but I get to drink it!

  7. These are great. I personally can’t wait for Gary Kasparov to take on this machine…

  8. Once upon a time, I was a graduate student working on algorithm design for electronic noses. Pretty amazing to see how far it has come.

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