Exploring the Epistemic Value of Food Recommender Systems: A Study on Yuka’s Perceived Value

Excellent news! Our most recent publication examines Food Recommendation Systems (RecSys) and their influence on consumer food selections. Recommendation Systems’ epistemic value, particularly in relation to culinary choices, must be comprehended in today’s technologically advanced society. Our study proposes a model that establishes a positive relationship between the epistemic value and the perceived value of the Yuka company’s food Recommendation Systems. This model emphasizes the significance of compatibility, self-assurance, consumer innovation, memory, and learning. It also emphasizes the need for developers, retailers, food manufacturers, and policymakers to collaborate in order to map and adjust information through consumers’ socialised Recommendation Systems usage to shape the design of the next-generation Recommendation Systems.

To access the full article please visit- https://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/QN4XSP4NHVFZRXPSB4FN/full?target=10.1080/0144929X.2023.2212088

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