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IBM uses thinking computer to generate chocolate burritos and other new food

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Cognitive computers — machines capable of learning, rather that simply following programming — may one day be able to mimic human brains. But first, they’re being used to invent chocolate burritos and Swiss-Thai asparagus quiche. IBM, a leader in the field of cognitive computing who has been working with DARPA since 2008 on a project to create a computer that thinks as people do, has partnered with the Institute of Culinary Education to take the IBM Food Truck on a tour round the United States. On its travels, top chefs will be serving meals dreamed up by a computer.
Eater says the meals the truck’s chefs have already made include Creole shrimp-lamb dumpling, Baltic apple pie, and Turkish bruschetta. The cognitive computer is different from a regular search engine in that it eschews existing recipes, instead instructing the chefs to combine wildly different ingredients and flavors into the same, never-made-before dishes…

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