AI machines will not be “hungry” in the same way humans are in the future.

The information you provided suggests that researchers are working on simulating aspects of human experience, such as taste, and incorporating emotional elements into AI systems. However, this does not mean that AI machines will have physiological needs like hunger or experience them in the way humans do.

AI systems are designed to perform tasks and make decisions based on algorithms and data, and while they can simulate aspects of human emotions and experiences, they do not possess consciousness or subjective experiences. AI can recognize and respond to emotions, but this is a result of pattern recognition and data analysis, not a genuine emotional understanding or experience.

While AI research is advancing rapidly, the development of AI with the ability to “taste” is likely aimed at enhancing applications in areas like food recommendation systems or potentially in improving the quality of sensory feedback in virtual reality or augmented reality experiences. It’s important to distinguish between simulating aspects of human experience and attributing human-like needs and desires to AI, as these are fundamentally different concepts.