Operators, Manufacturers To Explore AI at MUFES

Professionals from Auburn University, Noodles & Co., Atosa and RATIONAL will share their thoughts on the technology.

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From left: Glenn Loughridge, director of campus dining and concessions at Auburn University, and Nadine Rodriguez, director of supply chain at Noodles & Co.

Hear from two foodservice operators—Glenn Loughridge, director of campus dining and concessions at Auburn University, and Nadine Rodriguez, director of supply chain at Noodles & Co.—about their thoughts on artificial intelligence during a panel discussion at FER’s Multiunit Foodservice Equipment Symposium.

The panel discussion, “How Artificial Intelligence Impacts Foodservice,” will provide a unique opportunity for operators and manufacturers to come together and discuss the future of the technology. On the manufacturer side, confirmed panelists include Charlie Zhou, director of engineering and innovation at Atosa USA, and a soon-to-be-announced representative from RATIONAL. Pika Patel, global business development manager of UL Solutions, will serve as the moderator.

To register for MUFES, taking place Jan. 29-31, 2024, in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., visit fermag.com/mufes. Along with AI, other topics include how to efficiently grow unit count, how to design and equip for digital menu orders, best practices around energy efficiency, trends in equipment maintenance and more.

 

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