In collaboration with our food designer, Nico Fonseca, we produced a dinner based on the idea of "Innovation" and the dinner was created with the latest algorithms and AI, each one proposing different ways to think about food, and food systems.
The Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh was the venue for the event. We chose this space as a nod to Andy Warhol’s innovative take on art and technology and his way of always challenging the status quo.
guests were invited to gather around this "Jason Pollock-like design" for a collective dining experience.
Using the questionnaire from the attendees at the past KPMG “Empathy” dinner, we took their likes and dislikes and submitted them to AI. The data was crunched to produce a set of collective recommendations about the dishes and ingredients that would best fit the group’s taste. The AI’s sole aim was to please, accommodate, and bring everyone together.
After a performative act where Nico and chef prepared the main course on the table,