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Software is eating a food world

Silicon Valley has spin spooky with “disrupting” food. Alarming headlines squeeze a public’s courtesy — stories about meat grown in labs, insipid “Soylent” dish replacements and “chickenless eggs.”

The tech attention is “disrupting” food by replacing a genuine with a fake.

But other tools of a attention are doing a opposite: replacing a feign with a real.

The newest Silicon Valley food series isn’t about bio-engineering bizarre new food replacements, though regulating algorithms and synthetic comprehension (A.I.) to renovate how genuine food is marketed and distributed. That’s right: Software is delivering fresh, healthy and high-quality food in situations where usually junk food was available.

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