Hip Hops: On artificial beer intelligence, BrewDog’s groper-in-chief, and a hop fest delayed
What it was like to sell imported beer in New Albany, 1986. According to Britannica, artificial intelligence (AI) is “the ability of a digital computer or computer-controlled robot to perform tasks commonly associated with intelligent beings. Writing as a sentient blogger at Beervana, the wonderful Jeff Alworth asks: Is this beer review real or AI? Select the human and AI-composed review of Sam Adams Boston Lager: 1. This is a beer that I could drink over an hour or 45 minutes. It has a nice color to it, and a crisp flavor that hits your tongue right away. Had a dry feel to it with some bitterness at the sides of your mouth. You can definitely taste the hops, leaving it more honestly bitter than I expected and some spice notes with that. 2. Boston Lager is a crisp and refreshing amber lager that is easy-drinking. It is perfect for a hot day, and...Read more