Developed by IBM, Chef Watson is a complex piece of software that essentially discovers and invents dishes, using what it’s learned from Bon Appétit‘s 9,000-odd recipes, plus its own understanding of which chemical flavor compounds go together (and which don’t). Through a Web app, Chef Watson had asked Perry for some basic inputs—a specific ingredient to use, a type of dish to create, a theme—and returned her a dizzying array of ingredient lists for her Fourth of July menu..
That's pretty cool. The version discussed here just give a list of ingredients and the cook needed to figure out how to assemble. Sort of like a version of the TV show Chopped. Apparently a newer version includes cooking instruction for the ingredients.
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