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This App Can Tell How Many Calories Are in Your Lunch Just by Looking at It — Sort Of

New photo-recognition technology is being utilized for weight loss New technology has arrived to suck all the fun out of millennials’ incessant food photography by revealing the nutritional content of that beautiful slice of cheesecake. A weight loss app called Lose It just launched a new beta feature called Snap It that enables users to log how many calories they’re consuming by taking photos of their food, TechCrunch reports.
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