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A university-launched venture in Japan has been striving to spread its artificial intelligence-based meat quality evaluation technology, aiming to make the wagyu beef grading done by human eyes more precise, while using the data to improve cattle breeding.

Hokkaido-based MIJ labo Inc. has developed cameras that use AI to calculate more than 10 factors, such as the density and color of marbling, by taking a picture of the surface of a carcass.

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