IBM's Watson Supercomputer Sets its Sights on New Culinary Creations

By: Andrew Sztein - Published: • References: nytimes & news.cnet
IBM's Watson supercomputer has already dominated at everything its already tried to best humans at, so now the super intelligent computer is looking for new horizons to conquer.

The Watson supercomputer has already bested the world's best Jeopardy! players and chess grandmasters. It's even memorized the Urban Dictionary is talks uncomfortably like a human being. However, now the Watson supercomputer is getting ready to take on the best chefs in the world.

Watson has already come up for a recipe for what the supercomputer calls a "Spanish Crescent." Since Watson doesn't have any limbs, it still relies on human chefs to make the recipe involving cocoa, saffron, black pepper, almonds and honey. The interesting part of the recipe is that it tried to make the Spanish Crescent a little healthier by using vegetable oil in the recipe instead of butter. Thanks for looking out for us, Watson. Stats for Supercomputer-Created Recipes Trending: Older & Warm
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