Great chefs are crazy.
There are many kinds of crazy. Some of these culinarians rant, rave, and spit fire and brimstone. Some pore over their ingredients like scientists: quiet, brooding, and deeply serious.
All believe they can create their own particular gastronomic dreams, ones nobody else can copy. Especially not a computer.
IBM thinks different.
Having seen its Watson computer crush mere humans at the trivial game of "Jeopardy," the company is now setting the machine's sights on bigger business.