Hacking the Food Genome

Presented at The Next HOPE (2010), July 18, 2010, 3:30 p.m. (90 minutes)

Cooking’s pretty awesome, but meatspace is such a drag! Can’t you just write a shell script to figure out what’s delicious? What would the programming language for the Star Trek Food Replicator look like? Join Gweeds and the Food Hacking team for an in-depth demonstration of the Food Genome - an open source culinary informatics platform used for designing menus, disassembling recipes, and visualizing the planet’s taste gestalt.


  • Gweeds
    Gweeds is a food hacker who programs food in his spare time. He also enjoys scraping and analyzing the world's culinary data and cooking with freaks in hacker kitchens across the world.


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