In March 2016, while helping to organize TEDxWarsaw, I had a great pleasure of working with James Briscione on his amazing talk “Secret Patterns of flavour”. This fulfilled my Bucketlist item #4.
James is a head of Institute of Culinary Education in New York and together with IBM created “Cognitive Cooking with Chef Watson” book and app. He explores the science of flavour and how different chemicals come together to create a symphony of taste we all enjoy and crave. Since I call myself a Cognitive Engineer and am a foodie, Cognitive Cooking seemed like something extremely interesting and I jumped at first opportunity to help.
Finally, we have a recording to show James’s amazing work:
For me personally, it was an amazing journey and a great privilege. James lives on the bleeding edge of cuisine innovation and it was inspiring to meet him and see the final talk and learn a lot!
Some interesting links
- TEDxWarsaw 2016
- James Briscione’s summary of the event
- Article in Polish newspaper (Wyborcza.pl) describing James’s talk
- Chicken-Mushroom Burger with Strawberry Ketchup
Hi Artur, I’m now testing recipes created by Chef Watson and curious how Watson calculates each ingredient’s flavor and make a suggestion. Your post helps me to understand and I wrote about that and put a link to your post. Please tell me if you don’t like.