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  • According to some sources, about 1/3 of the food produced globally is wasted.

  • That's 1.3 billion tons of food every year that he's not consumed, 1.3 billion dawns.

  • That's one and 1/2 dawns for each of the 850 million people in the world today who do not have enough to eat, and we'll get back to that later.

  • At the same time, eating habits play a major role in many of the diseases among the main causes of death in the United States.

  • Changing what you eat may allow you to prevent or live with heart disease, which is the main cause of death in the U.

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  • Against her, the second cause of death in the U.

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  • Chronic low respiratory disease, cerebrovascular disease, diabetes and kidney disease.

  • Unfortunately, cookbooks geared towards healthy diets don't tend to be very appealing.

  • Diabetics, for example, may get bored with bland foods, and they find cookbook recipes to be done thing.

  • What if the food of the future was made not by technology but with technology with the tools and supplies that we already have?

  • Can computers understand ingredient availability as well as personal preferences and dietary constraints identify flavorful ingredient bearings.

  • Helpers create dishes that are healthy.

  • There's good and have never been seen before.

  • This is what we've been trying to figure out that IBM with Chef Watson the world's first cognitive clicking application.

  • So how can we call computational creativity to the rescue?

  • Cognitive computing and the availability of big data opened the doors for new possibilities in scientific creativity.

  • In science, computers can use data to build models that evaluate value of the products that they create.

  • Let's take a look at how Chef Watson works over the past couple of years, with Created the Food Knowledge Database that contains recipes on ingredient ontology, as well as nutritional facts and characteristics off the flavor compounds contained in different ingredients.

  • We then developed a system that asked for a few inputs about this you want to make such as a key ingredient cuisine and a dish type, and then generates hundreds off recipe ideas accordingly.

  • Never seen before.

  • Recipe ideas complete with proportions and instructions, this system consists of three components the community Auriol, designer to try all the possible combinations of ingredients that satisfy your inputs, the cognitive assessor to evaluate the quality, a novelty of those ingredient combinations and finally, the dynamic planner to generate the proportions and instructions.

  • Machine learning and natural language processing allow computers to understand how recipes work.

  • Computational power makes it possible to evaluate quintillion sze off ingredient combinations and sequences of cooking instructions and with information about ingredients at the molecular level.

  • We've built models that predict the pleasantness, the flavor balance and the novelty off the computer.

  • Generated recipes by providing recommendations based on our dietary needs and personal tastes called Dave Cooking, has the potential to redefine how we choose what to cook and eat.

  • Instead of following existing recipes, people can create new, personalized recipes on the fly.

  • Individuals with diabetes can develop dishes that may help them in their efforts to keep their blood sugar regulated and also satisfy the sweet tooth.

  • That justice can mean your dessert.

  • Made with plantains, bananas, papaya, coconut, lime and orange.

  • This Brussels sprout brat in with sweet potatoes, cardamom and ginger is reaching Luke Assimilates, whose role in cancer prevention is being investigated.

  • People can cook food that's healthy and flavorful without ever eating the same thing twice.

  • Chef Watson can also be an essential tool in helping to reduce food waste by making suggestions based on what's in hand, either for food professionals or for consumers in their hood in their home kitchens.

  • I cook a lot at home myself, and I often find that the more complicated the recipe, the more leftover ingredients I end up with.

  • Right now, my freezer is filled with venison, yellow perch, beats and frog legs, to name a few.

  • According to a recent article on Yahoo, the five most wasted foods at home, our Citrus sour cream produce especially celery, fresh herbs like cilantro and parsley and bread.

  • So we're gonna start with using food waste right now dead.

  • With the help of cognitive computing, we've created a dish for you that contains all of these five ingredients.

  • Chef Watson came up with the text makes sandwich, and in addition to the salvation ingredients, it contains chicken, tomatoes, fennel, avocado, salsa, verde, butter and a few spices.

  • There will be a small sample wedding for you at the reception this afternoon.

  • Imagine a world were waste no longer affects the availability of food for others where manufacturers designed smarter packaging and we tell stores repurpose and sold products for prepared foods.

  • We're kidnappers make better use of their supplies and reduce their portion sizes where consumers use their ingredients more responsibly.

  • With Mara cooking.

  • It's not science fiction With cognitive computing, Chef Watson can help us reduce food waste now, Thank you.

According to some sources, about 1/3 of the food produced globally is wasted.

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