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CCC@ICCBR 2016 : Computer Cooking Contest at the 24th International Conference on Case-based Reasoning

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Link: https://computercookingcontest.wordpress.com/
 
When Oct 31, 2016 - Nov 2, 2016
Where Atlanta, Georgia USA
Submission Deadline Aug 29, 2016
Notification Due Sep 19, 2016
Final Version Due Oct 3, 2016
Categories    case-based reasoning   artificial intelligence   computer science   computer cooking
 

Call For Papers

Once upon a time, we wondered whether some software system could help us to make a yummy meal from the contents of our fridge. Given a restricted set of ingredients, the task is to cook something “that tastes good”. More recently, we wondered whether a system could help us to explain our research interests to a broader audience. Given the technological state-of-the-art, the task is to create a problem-solving system. Glue the two together and you get: The Computer Cooking Contest!

The Computer Cooking Contest aims at attract people working with AI technologies such as case-based reasoning, semantic technologies, search, and information extraction. Also, cooking is fun, particularly when using a computer to design the menu. And the contest will attract public interest. Since everybody knows something about cooking, people will be curious about how well a computer can cook. Finally, we have all noticed the public’s increasing interest in cooking, motivated by the growing awareness that good food is mandatory for good health. Hence, the Computer Cooking Contest provides an opportunity for you to explain the benefits of your technologies to everyone.

The Computer Cooking Contest is an open competition. All individuals (e.g., students, professionals), research groups, and others are invited to submit software that creates recipes.

No restriction on technologies!

We impose no restriction on the technology that may be used; all are welcome. The only restriction is that the given database of recipes must be used as a starting point and to use the query language defined in the rules section.

Contest Organization and Evaluation Criteria

- A technical paper explaining how the challenge have been addressed must be submitted (see dates section, for details about the publishing process).
- Detailed evaluation procedure for the challenge is available in the rules section.
- At least one person per finalist must register to attend the ICCBR and demonstrate the system during a technical presentation at the CCC workshop. The technical descriptions of the finalist systems will be published in the ICCBR workshop proceedings.

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