Technology Could Change the Way We Dine

​TUCSON, Ariz. – Watson, IBM’s super robot, took on two “Jeopardy” champions in February 2011 and won. Watson had access to 200 million pages of human information, giving it the obvious upper hand, but the cognitive computer also has the ability to learn, interact and propose solutions. Five years later, Watson and IBM’s cognitive technology continues making headlines, from helping doctors make diagnoses to creating recipes for a food truck at SXSW. Oh, and Watson has a cookbook. Artificial Intelligence emerged in the late 1940s, but it wasn’t until 1997 when IBM’s chess-playing robot Deep Blue (and Watson’s predecessor) gave the technology one of its biggest breakthroughs. Deep Blue beat the world chess champion after a six-game match that lasted several days. The computer was programmed to solve the complex,…

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