The vision behind the numbersWe propose, in this adventure we’re about to start, to illustrate possible practical applications of Artificial Intelligence which can help chefs and any kind of restaurants in their job, simplifying tasks, optimizing resources and rethinking the craft of cooking. A vision of a near future where human professionals are assisted by automated intelligences.
Author Archives: Alexandre Albore
The Pirates of Silicon Valley is a movie about the creation of Apple, and Microsoft, and about the hard work of these pioneers of computer crafting (because it was a craftsmanship at that time), and the not always orthodox methods … Continue reading
During another visit at Alicia, in Manresa, I had the occasion to spy a kitchen from the inside, and learn from it. It al started with a chat with Jaume Biarnés on my future projects. After launching with enthusiasm a … Continue reading
As long as it seems that I am too busy right now to work myself on the Culinary AI project, we decided to give some space to students to help us developing part of the work. This is amazing for … Continue reading
First, our collaboration with Alícia went on, focusing on common projects to carry on. A study of metabolic diseases seems to provide both a common ground and very interesting technical developments. This will be the direction we will push the next applications, also because … Continue reading
Apparently there are no recipe database available out there. And by database we intend “a collection of information organized in such a way that a computer program can quickly select desired pieces of data”. This definition highlights the main property of a DB, i.e. each piece of information is separately … Continue reading
Surfing through the Net for information on taste, it encountered many discussions over cilantro. Apparently there is a very animated diatribe between cilantro haters vs. lovers, that has been exacerbated by the fashion of adding indiscriminately cilantro to dishes. One of the ideas … Continue reading