IBM Cognitive Computing comes up with food combinations that haven’t been invented yet

IBM Cognitive Computing comes up with food combinations that haven’t been invented yet

 

What if you had friends coming over for dinner but 1 only eats Kosher, the other is a strict vegetarian, the other loves his meat but is only eats Halal and the fourth eats everything but is currently on a Banting diet…

What do you cook ?Chef IBM Cognitive Computing comes up with food combinations that haven't been invented yet

Typically, we default to a buffet type of meal and everyone can pick what they want – problem solved.

But what if you are a chef and you need to come up with new combinations of food – how do you keep innovating ?  Yes you could search online for information but that would just display results for known questions. What if there was a system that thought for you and came up with information that you didn’t even know to search for ? what if a system could come up with items that haven’t even been invented before ?

On this Talking Tech with TheTechieGuy on CliffCentral.com we explore the IBM Supercomputer and what Cognitive Computing is all about. We ask can a computer assist in coming up with new dishes and combinations that have never been tried before? What does that do to a Chef ? Can a computer break down ingredients to a molecular level and mix and match items to create new flavours ?

 

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Why not try out some of these recipes that IBM Cognitive Computing has some up with: http://www.ibm.com/smarterplanet/us/en/cognitivecooking/food.html

Liron Segev - TheTechieGuy

Liron Segev is an award-winning blogger, YouTube strategist and Podcast. He helps brands tell their stories in an engaging and real way that regular consumers can relate to. He also drinks too much coffee!

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