About The Study: The results of this study suggest that artificial intelligence (AI) can be a useful and convenient tool for people who want to know the energy and macronutrient information of their foods. Although AI chatbots cannot replace nutritionists, they may provide real-time analysis of foods, and the capacity to harness AI technology in a supportive role may fundamentally transform the way nutritionists communicate with patients.
Authors: Jung-Su Chang, Ph.D., of Taipei Medical University in Taipei, Taiwan, is the corresponding author.
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