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Samsung’s new AI-enabled smart fridge can generate recipes based on your diet: Here’s how it will work – Times of India

Samsung is working on a smart fridge with AI capabilities which the company is planning to launch in 2024. The South Korean tech giant is planning to unveil the AI-enabled fridge at CES 2024 that will be equipped with some interesting features. In a blog post, Samsung claims that the upcoming refrigerator will include an internal camera that can identify individual food items.The company will also launch a connected app that will be able to suggest recipes based on what users have in stock.
With the 2024 Bespoke 4-Door Flex Refrigerator with AI Family Hub+, users can mirror the display of their Galaxy phones to the 32-inch Family Hub touchscreen. The display on the fridge will even have separate apps for TikTok and YouTube videos.
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To compare, the internal camera or the Family Hub app integration was also available in the 2023 model which also included an AI-powered camera and could generate recipes. However, the 2024 model is being upgraded with more features.
The Samsung Food app (which users can access directly on the fridge via the Family Hub) can connect to their Samsung Health profile and create recipes based on their dietary needs.

The upcoming smart fridge also includes an “Image to Recipe” feature (which works better with Vision AI) that can recognise meals and food items from photographs and generate recipes.
The 2024 model also has a customisation feature that will tailor recipes according to various dietary preferences. This includes gluten-free, pescatarian, dairy-free, vegan, fusion and others.

Users can also manually enter expiration dates of different food items on the Family Hub touchscreen. The fridge will also post notifications on the app just before individual items expire.
However, the upcoming model still has some limitations. For example, Samsung says that its Vision AI feature can identify up to 33 food items. So, users shouldn’t expect the system to identify exotic food items.

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