After all the excitement of the HackingBullipedia Demo Day we want to share with you the proposals, not only of the finalists, but also of the twelve teams whose proposals the Jury thought were very good and had enormous difficulty in leaving out of the final list.
Here you have the list of the TOP12 proposals:
— Huevo Team (Winner) —
(Independent Team. Madrid, Spain)
Proposal: Huevo programming language 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
— KEMLg Team (Winner) —
(Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya, BarcelonaTech, Barcelona, Spain)
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
— Mixed Reality Lab Team (Finalist) —
(Mixed Reality Lab, City University of London, UK and University of Aix, Marseille, France, and Sogang University, Seoul, Korea)
Proposal: Digital Olfaction and Gustation: A Novel Input and Output Method for Bullipedia
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
— ART Team (Finalist) —
(Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Spain)
Proposal: The Authorship Reputation and Trust (ART) of internet-scale knowledge
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
— EnGarde Team (TOP12) —
(Eindhoven University of Technology, Eindhoven, Netherlands)
EnGarde is an add-on system that empowers users during the learning process of a cooking technique by providing a sensorial experience. Devices connected to the Bullipedia platform are capable of recording and playing motion that enable the user to upload and download cooking techniques along with their recipes.
Team members: Bruna Goveia da Rocha, Tijs Duel, Kimmy Ansems, Marlou van der Lee
— BulliSpace Team (TOP12) —
(University of Oslo, Norway, and University of Belgrade, Serbia)
Proposal: BulliSpace + Tools + Procedures = The first pillar of BulliPedia
We propose opening the cookbook, built on the top of BulliSpace (cognitive space, with metrics, processes and multi-perspective); a solution where BulliPedia AI monitors processes, learns from them and promotes cooking patterns. Creativity, Innovation and Cooking processes should transparently coexist. We want to reduce knowledge federation friction in collaborative intelligence.
Team members: Sasha Mile Rudan, Dino Karabeg, Sinisha Rudan, Milorad Vukich, Milan Sunkich, Lazar Kovacevic, Seline Tomt, Hodo Elmi Aden, Zorica Janji, Fredrik Eive Refsli
— Serendipity Team (TOP12) —
(Independent Team. London, UK)
Proposal: Engineering Serendipity for the culinary world
The objective of our proposal is to enable a better interaction of the Bullipedia users with the vast amount of data collected. But not only with data that they will be looking for, but with the adjacent related data that could spark new ideas. Therefore, creating a platform to engineer serendipity; enabling unforeseen connections between people, techniques, products, technology, culture and more.
Team members: Gonzalo Gonzalez, Alissa Harger
— University of Cambridge Team (TOP12) —
(University of Cambridge, UK)
Proposal: Forking Recipes
Our goal is to foster a more social and creative culinary world by creating a platform which both simplifies the creation of recipes and provides insight into food trends and influence. This platform is composed of two complementary components. The first, which records the lineage of recipes, provides a structured approach for looking at the history and evolution of cuisines as a whole. The second component is a data-driven toolset designed to help cooks– both amateur and professional - to create new recipes and modify existing ones.
Team members: Alex Broekhof, Sebastian Ahnert
— Case Western Reserve University Team (TOP12) —
(Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio, USA)
FoodCluster is a program that would be able to compare recipes based on their innate characteristics and the context in which they were generated. The comparisons would allow the user to see similarity of two recipes, find new recipes based on old ones or track recipes across time or location.
Team Members: Leah Neustadt, George Hodulik, Kei Hitomi
— FoodPrint Team (TOP12) —
(DensityDesign Research Lab, Politecnico di Milano, Milan, Italy)
Foodscapes are images of food and cuisine reconstructed and explored through digital and visual methods. The underlying idea is to exploit the visual dimension of food as a source of inspiration, exploration and investigation for understanding culinary and cultural processes.
Team Members: Paolo Ciuccarelli, Giorgio Caviglia, Federica Bardelli
— RecoTast Team (TOP12) —
(Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya - DAMA/UPC, Barcelona, Spain)
RecoTast, will create a demonstrator of a mobile device user-driven tasting menu recommender based on the contents of Bullipedia. The objective will be to allow the direction and chefs of a restaurant to configure a varied menu, giving a set of good and always surprising combinations using metadata from the curated information in Bullipedia.
Team Members: Dàmaris Coll, Rubén Arana, David Domínguez
— Cooking Rhizomes Team (TOP12) —
(Independent Team. Spain)
Proposal: Cooking Rhizomes Cooking Rhizomes comes from our interest in cooking and something that has driven our research since our PhD, the “rhizome metaphor” by philosophers Deleuze and Guattari. Modelling everything as graphs and then using tools like ontologies, semantic nets, visualization or complex system analysis to generate new knowledge and insight.
Team Members: Rosa Gil Iranzo, Roberto García González