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What can a Fitbit and artificial intelligence tell you about the presence of woody breast?

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By Dr. Denise Heard

Special to Poultry Times

TUCKER, Ga. — Scientists at the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture have been awarded a research grant from the U.S. Poultry & Egg Association and the USPOULTRY Foundation for their proposed work on detection of woody breast using accelerometer technology, which is the technology used in Fitbits.

Principal investigator, Dr. Casey Owens, professor of poultry science, focuses her research on meat quality defects such as woody breast and white striping in broiler meat. She developed predictive models for detection of woody breast in broiler carcasses using image analysis in a. . .

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