Dinesafe.com was delighted to be selected as a speaker at the 2023 IAFP conference. We spoke on Monday, July 17th at 1:30PM in room 717 as part of IAFP's Technical Session #6. Dinesafe's presentation, titled "Machine Learning, AI, and Confirmation Bias in Crowdsourced Foodborne Illness Reporting," delved into the use of crowdsourced data in investigating outbreaks of foodborne illnesses, and discuss both its advantages and challenges - here is the abstract for our presentation.
The International Association for Food Protection (IAFP) is an organization that works to promote food safety worldwide. Their annual conference brings together more than 4,000 food safety professionals, researchers, and educators to share knowledge and learn about the latest advancements in the field. Many papers are submitted to the IAFP each year, but only a select few are chosen for presentation after a thorough review process.
IAFP 2023 Event Recap:
We've now returned from the 2023 International Association for Food Protection (IAFP) conference and are excited to share some highlights from our experience. The four day event filled with presentations, key note speakers, and networking opportunities was an enriching platform for engagement with over 3,000 professionals from 50 countries.
Our well-received presentation on "Machine Learning, AI, and Confirmation Bias in Crowdsourced Foodborne Illness Reporting" sparked valuable discussions. The connections made at this event promise future collaborations, reaffirming our commitment to enhancing global food safety standards. We eagerly anticipate the next IAFP conference to continue these conversations.
View our time at IAFP 2023 through the photos below: