Belgian Scientists Develop AI System That Could Make Beer Taste Better

Beer clearly tastes just fine the way it is; it’s the world’s most popular alcoholic beverage for a reason. But according to a study by researchers at Belgium’s KU Leuven (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven), AI could have the potential to make brews taste even better.

For the study, published in peer-reviewed journal Nature Communications, researchers analyzed over 200 chemical compounds in 250 commercial Belgian beers across 22 styles in order to train machine learning models (a form of artificial intelligence) to predict flavor and consumer appreciation.

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