WantEat is about interacting with everyday objects that become intelligent hubs for accessing and sharing the cultural heritage of a territory. Objects are smart in the sense that they share knowledge with users, interact with them in a personalized way and maintain social relationships with users and other objects. When interacting with an object, a user is also introduced to the social network of its friends; the user can explore this network to discover new interesting information, services, objects, people. The objects we consider belong to the realm of gastronomy, including food items, shops, restaurants, cooks, recipes, etc. On the one hand, this allows people to get deeply in touch with the culture of a territory, making people aware of its traditions and supporting a sustainable gastronomy; on the other hand, the approach supports networking and the promotion of local quality productions and economy.

WantEat: interacting with social networks of smart objects for sharing cultural heritage and supporting sustainability.

CONSOLE, Luca;BIAMINO, Giulia;CARMAGNOLA, Francesca;CENA, Federica;CHIABRANDO, ELISA;FURNARI, ROBERTO;GENA, Cristina;GRILLO, PIERLUIGI;LIKAVEC, Silvia;LOMBARDI, ILARIA;MIOLI, MICHELE;PICARDI, Claudia;VERNERO, FABIANA;SIMEONI, ROSSANA;PERRERO, Monica;RAPP, AMON;
2012

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WantEat is about interacting with everyday objects that become intelligent hubs for accessing and sharing the cultural heritage of a territory. Objects are smart in the sense that they share knowledge with users, interact with them in a personalized way and maintain social relationships with users and other objects. When interacting with an object, a user is also introduced to the social network of its friends; the user can explore this network to discover new interesting information, services, objects, people. The objects we consider belong to the realm of gastronomy, including food items, shops, restaurants, cooks, recipes, etc. On the one hand, this allows people to get deeply in touch with the culture of a territory, making people aware of its traditions and supporting a sustainable gastronomy; on the other hand, the approach supports networking and the promotion of local quality productions and economy.
ECAI 2012 - 20th European Conference on Artificial Intelligence.
Montpellier, France
August 27-31
Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence and Applications - ECAI 2012 20th Conference on Artificial Intelligence Proceedings
Luc De Raedt, Christian Bessiere, Didier Dubois, Patrick Doherty, Paolo Frasconi, Fredrik Heintz, Peter Lucas
242: ECAI 2012
1005
1006
9781614990970
smart objects; cultural heritage; social network
Luca Console; Giulia Biamino; Francesca Carmagnola; Federica Cena; Elisa Chiabrando; Roberto Furnari; Cristina Gena; Pierluigi Grillo; Silvia Likavec; Ilaria Lombardi; Michele Mioli; Claudia Picardi; Daniele Theseider Dupré; Fabiana Vernero; Rossana Simeoni; Fabrizio Antonelli; Vincenzo Cuciti; Matteo Demichelis; Fabrizio Franceschi; Marina Geymonat; Alessandro Marcengo; Dario Mana; Mario Mirabelli; Monica Perrero; Amon Rapp; Franco Fassio; Piercarlo Grimaldi; Fabio Torta
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