As #foodporn continues to be a mainstay of social media conversation, Google is seeing it as its next app-venture. The tech giant has announced that it’s working on an algorithm that would be able to calculate the calories in meals posted on Instagram. According to a Google researcher, the algorithm tool (called Im2Calories) will tally up calories by analyzing the depth of pixels in an image to determine the size and shape of the food pictured. The researcher acknowledges that even if the algorithm doesn’t get the calories completely accurate for every meal, the math should work out when averaging the calories over the course of a week or month. What’s your take on this technology? Do you see it as an easy way to log your calories and stay diet-motivated? Or are you wary of its accuracy or potential privacy intrusions? Tell us in the comments!