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 50 – 50 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!!