Zomato shares 5 artificial intelligence hacks with a hilarious foodie twist

A complete meal consists of several items and each of them not only imparts a unique taste but also serves a particular purpose. Snacks work best to combat hunger pangs or when you just want something to munch on. Starters, meanwhile, help start an elaborate feast and sides enhance the overall experience. Touching on this, food delivery platform Zomato has shared some Artificial Intelligence (AI) hacks that you must know. No, it has nothing to do with coding or computers, but the company has shown through some pictures what would happen if some of the foods we commonly eat were AI tools.

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In a LinkedIn post, Zomato shared “5 AI tools for daily use to increase your productivity”. The company strategically included the letter AI in the names of the food items in the list. The first is Chai, which helps “generate practical solutions to complex problems in minutes”. Next comes Mithai, which provides “an emotional support AI tool that adds to the happiness of the user.

Check out Zomato’s post here:


Wondering what Raita would do as an AI tool? Well, it can serve as an assistant to better manage the things on our plate. Creamy and nutritious malai also serves a purpose. It enhances the taste of many food items and currently makes Tikka and Chaap delicious. According to Zomato, when it comes to mAIn courses, it is “native food integration support to provide your daily requirement”.

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Many users reacted to the post and some commented as per the trend. One user wrote, “Dawai: To overcome the after effects of more tea, sweets, cream, raita, main course.” Another said, “Kadai paneer is also good 🙂 Mahengi is important for everyone and after eating all the junk, the main AI tool that helps is Dawai :)” A user appreciated the “super creativity” and Wrote, “AI is needed after reading this post ‘Dawai'”.

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