The company teamed up with the Institute of Culinary Education to show off a recipe-generating program.

IBM teamed up with the Institute of Culinary Education (ICE) to cook up dishes based on the recipes generated by the recipe-generating program that is part of the company’s research on “computational creativity.”

IBM and ICE have been collaborating on a project called cognitive cooking, which is a system that can help create new recipes based on research and scientific theories on the pairings of ingredients. The two groups have been working together for the past two years to test the limits of ingredients pairing and develop strategies to implement “cognitive cooking” in the culinary arts.

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