Neural network comes up with crazy food recipes


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Originally published at: http://boingboing.net/2017/04/05/517414.html


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the early recipe sounds vaguely black magic. Don’t mess it up, or the spritkries will render your soul into the viscin

… holy shit - I was wondering why viscin wasn’t getting flagged by my browser, and it’s because it is a real word meaning “A material extracted from the mucilaginous sap of the mistletoe and used to make bird lime.” So, basically a gluetrap made out of mistletoe, to kill small birds & leave them hanging from tree branches like little corpse fruits. This is not leading me away from my black magic hypothesis


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Boingboing’s neural network is getting better at disguising its recycled posts.


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Reminds me of https://esolangs.org/wiki/Chef , “a stack-based language where programs look like cooking recipes”.

Bad Example:

72 g haricot beans
101 eggs
108 g lard
111 cups oil
32 zucchinis
119 ml water
114 g red salmon
100 g dijon mustard
33 potatoes


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I noticed that, but this one goes into more depth, and it’s hilarious all over again.


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I suspect the neural network has a BBS user and participates in this thread.

I for one welcome our new cooking overlords!


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doesn’t yet know that you can’t cube or chop whipped cream.

Speak for yourself.


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