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.
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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
Case-based reasoning (CBR) is a problem solving paradigm based on reusing the solutions of similar past problems. Unlike other areas of AI, CBR does not solve a problem by using the knowledge embedded in it, but focuses more on a … Continue reading
Alimentaria 2012 is one of the most important food and drinks trade shows in the world. In this culinary context, BCNVanguardia is an international conference about new trends in technology applied to gastronomy where I’ve been invited to give a talk … Continue reading
Every new activity needs some fieldwork, because not all the valuable information is located in a library or in a web page. This need of direct information comes from the fact that I am moving from research in computer science, strictly … Continue reading
I’ve been invited to give a keynote at BCNVanguardia, a conference aimed at the professional market of gastronomy. The subtitle of my talk is AI in the kitchen, the new ‘sous-chef’. It gives an idea of what our aim is, namely to provide … Continue reading