NextGen Food Robotics Provides Update on its AI-Powered Food Ordering Application, Lily

VANCOUVER, BC — NextGen Food Robotics Corp. (the “Company” or “NextGen”) (CBOE: NGRB; OTC Pink: NGRBF; Frankfurt: O83), a leading innovator in the food technology industry, is pleased to announce that it has completed the first production version of its generative-AI powered food delivery and chatbot application, Lily, and the submission of the application to the Apple App Store.

The Company is very pleased with the progress it has made refining its AI model for Lily, and is looking forward to making the application available for customers to download in the near future. Lily aims to transform the food ordering and delivery experience through advanced generative artificial intelligence powered by OpenAI’s GPT-4.0 large language model.

The submission of the Lily App to the Apple App Store is just the beginning of NextGen’s plans to enhance food ordering and delivery. The Company is committed to ongoing updates and improvements to the app, ensuring it remains at the forefront of technological advancements in the food industry. The Lily app is expected to be available for download soon, subject to App Store review and approval. Users are encouraged to stay tuned for the official launch announcement and prepare to experience the future of food ordering.

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About NextGen Food Robotics
Nextgen Food Robotics is an automated robotic food co-packer and manufacturer that uses technology to modernize its food manufacturing processes. Additionally, Nextgen is developing the “Lily app”, which is an AI-powered food application.

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