Kraft and Intel are working on something really fascinating. A vending machine that will be able to make the decision of food buying for you.

According to Donal King, Kraft's Vice President of Retail Experience, the average shopper "has a paltry 10 recipes in his or her average meal-time rotation: spaghetti, pizza, hamburgers, chicken, etc.". The reason behind the partnership with Intel is to help them decide.

The Kraft kiosk is equipped with an Anonymous Video Analytics camera that will zoom into a buyer's face and determine if it is male or female, and the age group. The information will help the kiosk decide what the buyer might be hungry for.

Will it actually work? Check out the video below:

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