Video: Wednesday, 14 October 2020

Do you want to make healthier food choices? Maybe you should change the way you make those decisions. What leads consumers to make healthier choices: indicating their choice by speaking or button pressing? Dr. Anne-Kathrin Klesse from Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University will tell you in her lecture at University of the Netherlands.

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Do Siri and Alexa make your food choices healthier or unhealthier?

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Rotterdam School of Management (RSM)

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