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“Copyright law does not protect recipes that are mere listings of ingredients”

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

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We were two, and now we are three.

We were saying few time ago that what Computer Science applied to Cooking misses dearly is a database of recipes. Actually, young researchers from GTI joined me in this adventure, strongly pushed by the idea… and by their boss, Josep … Continue reading

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No recipe database. Are you serious?

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

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