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Chef James Briscione uses an IBM computer program to create Creole inspired dishes 

"If you look at the list of ingredients, it's just gumbo, but I would never have thought to condense gumbo and put it in a dumpling like that. . . . It's such a collaboration between you and the man in the machine."

Chef James Briscione quoted in a Washington Post story about a Creole-spiced dumpling recipe created for him by Watson, an IBM computer programmed to help cooks. Engineers input thousands of recipes, food studies, information on cooking theory and other information. Watson responds to inquiries by calculating how often ingredients appear together in recipes and analyzing other data. Its dumpling recipe included okra, tomato, shrimp, lamb and more.

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