IBM's food truck intends to show the world that a supercomputer can do more that sift data.
The food truck segment has long been a refuge for culinary renegades, off-the-wall concepts and seemingly wacky food combinations. But it’s never seen anything like the IBM Watson food truck, which could recently be found serving Austrian chocolate burritos to hipsters at SXSW in Austin, TX. The truck’s purpose is to show the world that a supercomputer can do more that sift data. IBM argues that when the proper algorithms are applied to carefully chosen data sets, Watson ...
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