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The Final­ists are…

Finally the Jury, after review­ing in great detail all pro­pos­als and con­sid­er­ing all their excel­lent qual­i­ti­ies has reached a con­clu­sion. This has been a longer than expected delib­er­a­tion that has been solved by aug­ment­ing the num­ber of final­ists to reflect the equiv­a­lence in qual­ity of the pro­pos­als. Instead of three final­ists there are four!.

Here they are in no par­tic­u­lar order. Con­grat­u­la­tions to all of them!. Also to the rest of the par­tic­i­pants. It was no easy task to select the best among the 30+ pro­pos­als received from three con­ti­nents with a 5050 mix of uni­ver­sity and inde­pen­dent teams.

The Author­ship Rep­u­ta­tion and Trust (ART) of internet-​scale knowl­edge
(Uni­ver­si­tat Pom­peu Fabra, Barcelona.)

This pro­posal tar­gets the design, imple­men­ta­tion and ver­i­fi­ca­tion of the con­tent qual­ity poli­cies and pro­ce­dures of bul­li­pedia. These poli­cies must guar­an­tee that bul­li­pedia becomes a reputed and trusted site with world-​wide con­tri­bu­tions pro­vid­ing rig­or­ous and scal­able tools sup­port­ing it.

Team mem­bers: Dolors Sala Batlle.

Huevo pro­gram­ming lan­guage
(Inde­pen­dent Team. Madrid. Spain.)

We imag­ine cook­ing as a pro­gram­ming lan­guage. In this con­text we could under­stand Bul­li­pedia as a code repos­i­tory. In this work we want to pro­pose a def­i­n­i­tion of “Huevo” a cook­ing pro­gram­ming lan­guage. How new pro­grams will be cre­ated, how the will be stored in Bul­li­pedia and how they will be com­piled and exe­cuted in a kitchen by a group of cooks.

Team Mem­bers: Pilar Fer­nan­dez Her­mosilla. Fran­cisco González-​Blanch.

Dig­i­tal Olfac­tion and Gus­ta­tion: A Novel Input and Out­put Method for Bul­li­pedia
(Mixed Real­ity Lab, City Uni­ver­sity of Lon­don and Uni­ver­sity of Aix-​Marseille and Sogang Uni­ver­sity, Seoul, Korea)

We pro­pose the novel meth­ods of dig­i­tal olfac­tion and gus­ta­tion as input and out­put for inter­net inter­ac­tion, specif­i­cally for cre­at­ing and expe­ri­enc­ing dig­i­tal rep­re­sen­ta­tion of food, cook­ing, and recipes on the Bullipedia.

Team mem­bers: Adrian Cheok, Jor­dan Tewell, Olivier Oul­lier, Yong­soon Choi

(Uni­ver­si­tat Politec­nica de Catalunya-​BarcelonaTech)

Gen­e­sis is an intel­li­gent sys­tem specif­i­cally designed to help the cre­ative team to fol­low how cre­ativ­ity hap­pens in Bul­li­pedia, iden­ti­fy­ing rel­e­vant cre­ations, show­ing evo­lu­tion of cre­ations, find­ing promis­ing unex­plored paths for future cre­ative activ­i­ties by reduc­ing the enor­mous energy and resources cur­rently devoted to explore and develop.

Team mem­bers: Karina Gib­ert, Javier Vázquez, Beat­riz Sevilla, Ser­gio Álvarez, Arturo Tejeda, Luis Oliva, Ignasi Gómez-​Sebastià.

We received entries from all around the world, from both uni­ver­sity and inde­pen­dent teams, from groups and indi­vid­ual minds. Sci­en­tists, Chefs, Design­ers, Food­ies, Data visu­al­iza­tion Experts, Artists.… Peo­ple from all kinds of back­grounds.… Mul­ti­dis­ci­pli­nary, as we like it!!

Really great pro­pos­als came to our hands! As you can imag­ine, it was not, at all, an easy deci­sion! Our judges –all undis­puted experts from the Culi­nary and Tech­nol­ogy fields– combed through over all the sub­mis­sions and chose these 4 final­ists, as the ones that best fit­ted with what we expected for this 1st Hack­ing­Bul­li­pedia Global Challenge!

Now… What’s com­ing up next?

Two mem­bers of each one of these 4 teams will come to Barcelona for the final com­pe­ti­tion. Here, they will have to pitch their pro­pos­als and the Jury will then choose the big winner!!

Many thanks to every­one who entered and, of course, to the judges.

We hope you all enjoyed Being Part of It!!

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