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(FILES) In this file photo taken on November 30, 2018, Spanish ham cutter Raquel Acosta shows her skills inside a foodtruck in Madrid. - Increasingly, players in the food industry are embracing artificial intelligence to better understand the dynamics of flavor, aroma and other factors that go into making a food product a hit. Foodpairing, a startup with offices in Belgium and New York, offers its "flavor intelligence" map based on molecular analysis: a Spanish dry-cured ham, for example, has elements of "cheesy," acidic and honey, with hints of cucumber, potato and caramel. (Photo by OSCAR DEL POZO / AFP)

Better food through artificial intelligence?