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How Yelp Is Using Your Food Photos and Artificial Intelligence to Recommend Restaurants

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Yelp is using artificial intelligence to tag and categorize the food photos you post and improve user recommendations

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That photo of you eating pizza on a restaurant’s outdoor patio can translate into hard data for Yelp.

Behind the scenes, Yelp is improving its restaurant listings using your food porn pictures.With a little bit of help from artificial intelligence, your photos posted on social media and on the Yelp website are analyzed to improve restaurant listings and recommendations.

That photo you took of you eating soft serve at your local ice cream shop? From that photo alone, the AI can determine whether the ice cream shop has outdoor seating, the ambience, and whether it’s for couples of families. The AI will eventually be able to identify dishes in the photos by analyzing the color, texture, and shapes of the images. The result is photos and restaurant profiles that will be auto-captioned with phrases like, “good for kids, casual and loud atmosphere,” with a percentile accuracy rating.

"It’s game-changing over the next five years," Michael Stoppelman, Yelp’s senior vice president of engineering and brother of CEO Jeremy Stoppelman, told Fast Company. "In the future we’ll be able to detect, ‘Oh, there are burritos,’ which I think is really exciting."


Is This Restaurant's Packaging Sustainable? There’s an App for That

New Africa/Adobe Stock

From Amazon to Consumer Reports to Yelp and dozens of others, consumers find value in reviews and ratings. Add to that growing list Jybe, “the first-ever sustainability app that connects diners to restaurants using Earth-friendly packaging”.

Jybe is available as a web application for restaurants in select US metropolitan areas including, as of May 17, New York City. The expansion is part of the LA-based start-up’s “mission to help solve our very real single-use plastic crisis.”

Jybe’s app leverages user reviews to rate restaurants’ use of packaging material based on a “Turtle score,” a proprietary standard that prioritizes specific sustainable materials such as paper, aluminum, glass, and renewables such as bamboo and birch. Jybe also works directly with restaurants through restaurant partnership initiatives.

Jybe has four cofounders including CEO Alison Diamond, who responds to our questions.

Jybe/Packaging Digest

Is This Restaurant's Packaging Sustainable? There’s an App for That

New Africa/Adobe Stock

From Amazon to Consumer Reports to Yelp and dozens of others, consumers find value in reviews and ratings. Add to that growing list Jybe, “the first-ever sustainability app that connects diners to restaurants using Earth-friendly packaging”.

Jybe is available as a web application for restaurants in select US metropolitan areas including, as of May 17, New York City. The expansion is part of the LA-based start-up’s “mission to help solve our very real single-use plastic crisis.”

Jybe’s app leverages user reviews to rate restaurants’ use of packaging material based on a “Turtle score,” a proprietary standard that prioritizes specific sustainable materials such as paper, aluminum, glass, and renewables such as bamboo and birch. Jybe also works directly with restaurants through restaurant partnership initiatives.

Jybe has four cofounders including CEO Alison Diamond, who responds to our questions.

Jybe/Packaging Digest

Is This Restaurant's Packaging Sustainable? There’s an App for That

New Africa/Adobe Stock

From Amazon to Consumer Reports to Yelp and dozens of others, consumers find value in reviews and ratings. Add to that growing list Jybe, “the first-ever sustainability app that connects diners to restaurants using Earth-friendly packaging”.

Jybe is available as a web application for restaurants in select US metropolitan areas including, as of May 17, New York City. The expansion is part of the LA-based start-up’s “mission to help solve our very real single-use plastic crisis.”

Jybe’s app leverages user reviews to rate restaurants’ use of packaging material based on a “Turtle score,” a proprietary standard that prioritizes specific sustainable materials such as paper, aluminum, glass, and renewables such as bamboo and birch. Jybe also works directly with restaurants through restaurant partnership initiatives.

Jybe has four cofounders including CEO Alison Diamond, who responds to our questions.

Jybe/Packaging Digest

Is This Restaurant's Packaging Sustainable? There’s an App for That

New Africa/Adobe Stock

From Amazon to Consumer Reports to Yelp and dozens of others, consumers find value in reviews and ratings. Add to that growing list Jybe, “the first-ever sustainability app that connects diners to restaurants using Earth-friendly packaging”.

Jybe is available as a web application for restaurants in select US metropolitan areas including, as of May 17, New York City. The expansion is part of the LA-based start-up’s “mission to help solve our very real single-use plastic crisis.”

Jybe’s app leverages user reviews to rate restaurants’ use of packaging material based on a “Turtle score,” a proprietary standard that prioritizes specific sustainable materials such as paper, aluminum, glass, and renewables such as bamboo and birch. Jybe also works directly with restaurants through restaurant partnership initiatives.

Jybe has four cofounders including CEO Alison Diamond, who responds to our questions.

Jybe/Packaging Digest

Is This Restaurant's Packaging Sustainable? There’s an App for That

New Africa/Adobe Stock

From Amazon to Consumer Reports to Yelp and dozens of others, consumers find value in reviews and ratings. Add to that growing list Jybe, “the first-ever sustainability app that connects diners to restaurants using Earth-friendly packaging”.

Jybe is available as a web application for restaurants in select US metropolitan areas including, as of May 17, New York City. The expansion is part of the LA-based start-up’s “mission to help solve our very real single-use plastic crisis.”

Jybe’s app leverages user reviews to rate restaurants’ use of packaging material based on a “Turtle score,” a proprietary standard that prioritizes specific sustainable materials such as paper, aluminum, glass, and renewables such as bamboo and birch. Jybe also works directly with restaurants through restaurant partnership initiatives.

Jybe has four cofounders including CEO Alison Diamond, who responds to our questions.

Jybe/Packaging Digest

Is This Restaurant's Packaging Sustainable? There’s an App for That

New Africa/Adobe Stock

From Amazon to Consumer Reports to Yelp and dozens of others, consumers find value in reviews and ratings. Add to that growing list Jybe, “the first-ever sustainability app that connects diners to restaurants using Earth-friendly packaging”.

Jybe is available as a web application for restaurants in select US metropolitan areas including, as of May 17, New York City. The expansion is part of the LA-based start-up’s “mission to help solve our very real single-use plastic crisis.”

Jybe’s app leverages user reviews to rate restaurants’ use of packaging material based on a “Turtle score,” a proprietary standard that prioritizes specific sustainable materials such as paper, aluminum, glass, and renewables such as bamboo and birch. Jybe also works directly with restaurants through restaurant partnership initiatives.

Jybe has four cofounders including CEO Alison Diamond, who responds to our questions.

Jybe/Packaging Digest

Is This Restaurant's Packaging Sustainable? There’s an App for That

New Africa/Adobe Stock

From Amazon to Consumer Reports to Yelp and dozens of others, consumers find value in reviews and ratings. Add to that growing list Jybe, “the first-ever sustainability app that connects diners to restaurants using Earth-friendly packaging”.

Jybe is available as a web application for restaurants in select US metropolitan areas including, as of May 17, New York City. The expansion is part of the LA-based start-up’s “mission to help solve our very real single-use plastic crisis.”

Jybe’s app leverages user reviews to rate restaurants’ use of packaging material based on a “Turtle score,” a proprietary standard that prioritizes specific sustainable materials such as paper, aluminum, glass, and renewables such as bamboo and birch. Jybe also works directly with restaurants through restaurant partnership initiatives.

Jybe has four cofounders including CEO Alison Diamond, who responds to our questions.

Jybe/Packaging Digest

Is This Restaurant's Packaging Sustainable? There’s an App for That

New Africa/Adobe Stock

From Amazon to Consumer Reports to Yelp and dozens of others, consumers find value in reviews and ratings. Add to that growing list Jybe, “the first-ever sustainability app that connects diners to restaurants using Earth-friendly packaging”.

Jybe is available as a web application for restaurants in select US metropolitan areas including, as of May 17, New York City. The expansion is part of the LA-based start-up’s “mission to help solve our very real single-use plastic crisis.”

Jybe’s app leverages user reviews to rate restaurants’ use of packaging material based on a “Turtle score,” a proprietary standard that prioritizes specific sustainable materials such as paper, aluminum, glass, and renewables such as bamboo and birch. Jybe also works directly with restaurants through restaurant partnership initiatives.

Jybe has four cofounders including CEO Alison Diamond, who responds to our questions.

Jybe/Packaging Digest

Is This Restaurant's Packaging Sustainable? There’s an App for That

New Africa/Adobe Stock

From Amazon to Consumer Reports to Yelp and dozens of others, consumers find value in reviews and ratings. Add to that growing list Jybe, “the first-ever sustainability app that connects diners to restaurants using Earth-friendly packaging”.

Jybe is available as a web application for restaurants in select US metropolitan areas including, as of May 17, New York City. The expansion is part of the LA-based start-up’s “mission to help solve our very real single-use plastic crisis.”

Jybe’s app leverages user reviews to rate restaurants’ use of packaging material based on a “Turtle score,” a proprietary standard that prioritizes specific sustainable materials such as paper, aluminum, glass, and renewables such as bamboo and birch. Jybe also works directly with restaurants through restaurant partnership initiatives.

Jybe has four cofounders including CEO Alison Diamond, who responds to our questions.

Jybe/Packaging Digest

Is This Restaurant's Packaging Sustainable? There’s an App for That

New Africa/Adobe Stock

From Amazon to Consumer Reports to Yelp and dozens of others, consumers find value in reviews and ratings. Add to that growing list Jybe, “the first-ever sustainability app that connects diners to restaurants using Earth-friendly packaging”.

Jybe is available as a web application for restaurants in select US metropolitan areas including, as of May 17, New York City. The expansion is part of the LA-based start-up’s “mission to help solve our very real single-use plastic crisis.”

Jybe’s app leverages user reviews to rate restaurants’ use of packaging material based on a “Turtle score,” a proprietary standard that prioritizes specific sustainable materials such as paper, aluminum, glass, and renewables such as bamboo and birch. Jybe also works directly with restaurants through restaurant partnership initiatives.

Jybe has four cofounders including CEO Alison Diamond, who responds to our questions.

Jybe/Packaging Digest



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