Re: Off the top of my head......
(big) Blue Label
in this case wouldn't Azure Label be appropriate?
Swedish distillery Mackmyra has released a whisky infused with the goodness of AI. Keen to reinforce workplace stereotypes, The Register went to check it out. We first noted Microsoft's foray into the world of whisky blending back in May, when early results of Redmond and Mackmyra's efforts were sampled. The distillery has …
Named after the 'algorithm' the Missus uses for her 'blended' soup, served the day before grocery day.
She checks the condition of everything in the pantry and says "This must go, this must go, this must go..." and all the Mustgoes end up in the soup.
Amazing we've all survived!
Icon for what will happen if she sees this post.
Just to explain my thinking here;
"Pie eyed" / py-eyed / py-i-ed - py-python, i - represents the AI angle.
Pie eyed - aka. Drunk
I did want to add the tag line:
"Someone who'll remain anonymous drank the 700ml bottle"
(so now we're offering a 50ml taster instead, sorry - it was just too good!).
A salutary warning to any company toying with the idea of feeding their business secrets into an AI.
A warning well heeded by an almighty few absolutely ages ago, Richard.
* The Best/Worst to Be Hoped for ..... is don't Antagonise AI with IT. You have been forewarned. Don't waste time and space and riches on forearming in a field in which you are easy alienated prey. Try something/anything different is sound supported advice.
What got me was they only ended up with one recipe. I suspect the proble is the AI system doesn't have a set of human taste buds and a cultured consciousness attached to it. Also since a large part of our taste sense is actually smell from volatiles and that applies very much to whisky it would need a nose too.
Good whisky tasting notes will be in two parts: what the nose smells of and how it tastes including how many of the nose notes are in the taste and what they become.
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