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The New York Times Tests AI on Recipe Writing

Priya Krishna and Cade Metz write the following in “Can A.I. Write Recipes Better Than Humans? We Put It to the Ultimate Test.” for The New York Times:

[People] can’t read every mashed potato recipe on the internet before coming up with their own version. They can’t analyze thousands of techniques in search of the best way to make a pie crust.

Machines can. Computer systems driven by artificial intelligence can compose tweets and blog posts, create art, even generate computer code. And now they’re starting to write recipes.

These recipes have all the components of their handmade forebears: lists of ingredients, precise measurements, step-by-step instructions and introductory notes with (fabricated) personal touches. Their advantage, in theory, is that they draw on a vast trove of online information about food and cooking.

But are they any good? And can they improve on millenniums’ worth of lived culinary experience?

For more information, read the article.



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