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Imagine you are the chief software architect in a major computing firm.
The president of the firm rushes into your office with a specification for the next PC-based product. It is drawn on the back of a dinner napkin.
Briefly, the Intelligent Interactive Kitchen Helper will replace the box of index cards of recipes in the average kitchen.