The Whisky of the Future

Microsoft, known for its many mainstream software programs and operating systems, has decided to turn its hand to distillation using digital vapours. Artificial intelligence is going to discover the algorithm that can find the ultimate  spirit mix from a selection of 70 million possible alcoholic combinations. If predictions about artificial intelligence end up fulfilling the worst fictional scenarios, we can only hope there will be enough humans left on earth to properly appreciate the final nectar.  

https://www.thesun.co.uk/tech/9068767/microsoft-makes-worlds-first-ai-generated-whisky/

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