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How Microsoft helped make the first AI whisky

6 Sep 2019, 01:52 UTC
How Microsoft helped make the first AI whisky
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Mackmyra’s Intelligens is billed as the first whisky created using AI. (Microsoft / Mackmyra Photo)
Computer scientists have tried using artificial intelligence to write poetry and compose music, with mixed results. But have they tried using it to make whisky?
We now know that they have, although drinkers in the U.S. will have to wait to judge how the AI experiment turned out.
Mackmyra, a Swedish whisky distillery, turned to Microsoft and a Finnish technology consulting firm called Fourkind to create novel whisky recipes for master blender Angela D’Orazio.
Jarno Kartela, principal machine learning partner at Fourkind, said in a Microsoft feature about the project that his company went with the cloud-based Azure platform and Machine Learning Studio “for its massive infrastructure … and its ease of deployment.”
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