PRWeb has written recently about Edamam’s announcement of launching a service to power nutrition for the 17,000+ recipes on the The New York Times popular Cooking app. Edamam is using powerful semantics technology to supply nutritional information. Users will be able to see right next to each recipe an expandable section with detailed nutritional information […]
by Jennifer Zaino Memorial Day brought with it the official kickoff of summer! Along with that comes everything from outside living to family vacations. Semantic technology can be part of the fun. Over the next couple of days we’ll look at some ways it can chip in. Let’s start with food as you start thinking […]
Edamam, a company on a mission to help people eat better and live healthier and happier lives, announced today the launch of new Vegan and Vegetarian Recipe and Nutrition apps for iOS and Android devices.
Edamam announced today a partnership with Random House to power the nutrition for recipes on TasteBook. Edamam is a semantic technology company on a mission to organize and structure the world’s food knowledge.
A new release out of Edamam reports that now, “Users of Edamam’s website can, not only find a recipe quickly, but save it with one click and use it later for shopping or cooking.”
What’s on the menu for semantic technology this week? Two vendors in the foodie field are offering up some new treats. From Nara, whose neural networking technology is behind a service to help users better personalize and curate their restaurant dining experiences (see how in our story here), comes a new feature that should make […]
Edamam, a semantic company on a mission to help people eat better, recently announced “it will be powering the nutritional information for all the recipes on TheDailyMeal.com.”
Edamam, which has built a food ontology for its food knowledge site (which The Semantic Web Blog initially covered here), is adding an iPad version of its app to its existing iPhone and Android versions. The company also did a full relaunch of its web site to optimize the experience for desktop users, as well, […]
It’s time to get semantic with your Thanksgiving meal – or what’s left of it. To that end, we toured some semantically-powered foodie services to get some ideas about what to serve up for the big day. Maybe you’ll even find some things you just may never have considered without some semantic web services making […]
Edamam wants to be the one place where all the food knowledge of the world is organized. That’s the goal of co-founder and CEO Victor Penev, who launched the site in April, and recently updated the several hundred major recipe sites in its knowledge base to also include some smaller blog sites that add additional […]