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Project Warhol: The Ultimate Edge Computing AI Prototype for Cooking & Wine Pairing

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Welcome to the future of grocery shopping with Project Warhol! In this video, we unveil our latest prototype that combines computer vision, voice control, and AI to revolutionize your shopping experience. Project Warhol is designed for edge computing, which means everything runs on the device itself without the need for an internet connection.

​Simply drop your ingredients onto a plate (eggs, vegetables, seafood, and more), and watch as Project Warhol instantly recognizes them, offering you a variety of delectable recipes tailored to your available ingredients. But that's not all – it also suggests the perfect wine pairing to elevate your meal to the next level.

​Interact with Project Warhol using voice commands or the built-in touchscreen, making it the ideal in-store companion even in the noisiest environments. Though not yet a product for the end-user, our tech showcase at the upcoming tech fair demonstrates the incredible potential of edge computing and AI in everyday life.

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