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Fancy electronic chopsticks designed to detect bad food
Fancy electronic chopsticks designed to detect bad food

Imagine a warning that lets you know the food you're about to eat could make you sick. A new pair of smart chopsticks are designed to be used as a personal food safety warning system.  Search engine Baidu revealed a prototype of the high-tech chopsticks at its annual developer's conference in Beijing Tuesday, reported South China Morning Post.   "We released the concept of smart chopsticks in April, and many people asked me if they could get a pair," Baidu founder Robin Li said at the conference. "We didn't have the product ready then, but we have it today. This is a new way to sense the world." The company claims the chopsticks can detect...

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