The following technological areas have been identified as possibly interesting means to be used in the different scenarios within the broader objective on using the internet to help build the Bullipedia:
- Search Machines and taggers for gastronomic images
- Integration of Open Data sources
- Automatic Translation
- Simultaneous Translation
- Semantic technologies to characterize, classify and recall information and knowledge related to creativity: ideas, creative methods, etc.
- Integration of voice and image recognition technologies for search
- Physical devices to help interact and integrate knowledge into Bullipedia
- Devices to operate in gastronomic environments and connected to Bullipedia
- Fast pattern recognition algorithms
- Ontology creation tools
- Data and Knowledge visualization tools
- Data and Knowledge Analysis tools
- Automatic Creation of Timelines
- Generative tools for creativity
- Adaptive and Learning Algorithms
- Collective Intelligence solutions
- Mobile applications using any of the aforementioned technologies and impacting the creation of knowledge for Bullipedia, its revision and the use of Bullipedia itself.
- Internet of Things approaches
- Devices using artificial intelligence approaches addressed towards the creation, maintenance and amplification of the content of Bullipedia
- New interfaces based on advanced modes of interaction (gesture, voices, brain interfaces, and their integration, etc.)
Proposals connecting several application areas will be welcome. Also, there is interest in proposals being bold and radical but also connected to the needs of the creative professions, don’t forget that Bullipedia is a creativity repository that is based on but not limited to gastronomy. Integration of new interaction modes with new modes of knowledge creation and adaptation are also welcome. We expect the mixing of methods from advanced, speculative and critical design with state-of-the-art technologies to result in effective and useful design proposals. Proposals that make use of open standards or foster an open approach will be also welcome.
Interdisciplinary teams are welcome.