Samsung has announced the launch of Samsung Food, an AI-powered food and recipe platform designed to offer personalized cooking experiences. Available in 8 languages across 104 countries, the service aims to transform how users discover, plan, cook and share food.
Leveraging Samsung’s expansive ecosystem of smart home appliances and advanced artificial intelligence capabilities, Samsung Food acts as an intelligent assistant throughout the cooking journey – from choosing recipes to ordering ingredients and controlling connected ovens or cooktops.
Key Features of the AI-Powered Samsung Food Platform
Personalized Recipe Recommendations and Customization
At the core of Samsung Food is its ability to suggest recipes adapted to each user’s tastes, food preferences, dietary needs, cultural background and even mood, drawing from an extensive database of over 160,000 recipes.
Users can further customize any recipe to their liking, with the app’s AI instantly modifying ingredients to create vegan, vegetarian, nutritionally balanced or fusion versions.
Meal Planning with AI and Integration with Shopping
The platform lets users plan their daily meals with personalized AI recommendations. Ingredients lists can be added to integrated shopping features, enabling direct checkout through partner retailer websites.
Connected Cooking Across Samsung Devices
Users can control connected Samsung ovens, induction cooktops and microwaves directly through the Samsung Food app. Step-by-step guided cooking modes, remote appliance control and cooking alerts offer convenience.
Social Sharing of Recipes and Following Food Creators
The platform allows home cooks to share their own recipes and follow favorite cooking channels. Engaging with the food community is easy.
Upcoming Health Integration, Vision AI and More
Beyond the platforms capabilities available at launch, Samsung will continue adding new features and services to the app for an even more seamless and comprehensive personal food experience.
By the end of the year, Samsung plans to offer Samsung Health integration with Samsung Food so that users will be able to receive suggestions for diet management. The seamless syncing of information such as BMI, body composition and calorie consumption with Samsung Food will help users to hit health goals and maintain a balanced diet.
Planned for implementation in 2024, Vision AI technology will enable the app to recognize food items and meals photographed through the camera and provide details about them, including nutrition information. By analyzing food items, the app can recommend the best recipes to use them with, save these recipes to the user’s collection and add the required ingredients to a shopping list, all in a few taps.
With smart connectivity across Samsung’s ecosystem, personalized AI and social features, the Samsung Food platform aims to deliver comprehensive culinary experiences tailored to each user. The service represents the company’s growing push into AI-driven software and services.