Cơ sở dữ liệu miễn phí về mặt hàng thực phẩm        Freie Datenbank für Nahrungsmittel                 La información alim...
Agenda●   Introduction●   Collaborating and contributing●   Uses●   Re-uses●   Technology●   Future plans●   Impact
The Open Food Facts project●   A database of information on food products    from all around the world    ●   Ingredients,...
Collaborating and contributing●   Crowdsourcing model to add products    ●   150 contributors added 2000 products in Frenc...
Missions and special operations                      Operation Soda:                      - collaboration with OWNI and   ...
Uses – Deciphering cryptic labels●    e.g. “E-numbers” for additives       ●    E150d = Sulfite ammonia caramel●    Carmin...
Uses – Comparing products●          Products in the same category:    ●
Uses – Fact checkingCampbells 25% Less Sodium Tomato Soup                                     Same amount of salt! $1     ...
Uses – Searching products
Re-uses allowed and encouraged●   Open Data licence (OdbL)    ●   cc-by-sa like licence for databases    ●   Anyone can us...
Re-uses : data visualizationsGraphs are now directly available through the Search form on Open Food Facts
Re-use ideas●   Source of data for research: food, health,    marketing, computer science etc.●   Consumer watch●   Art, c...
Technology●   Web frontend: HTML5, jquery●   Server backend: Apache, Perl, MongoDB●   Mobile apps: Phonegap, jquerymobile●...
Innovative use of common technologies●   Cameras: products instead of sunsets●   Phones: barcode readers●   Barcodes: cons...
Future plans●   More languages, more products●   Mobile apps: Android, iOS, Windows Phone    etc.●   More uses and re-uses...
Changing how we eat and cook●   More transparency to the food industry means:    ●   Smarter choices    ●   Better product...
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Open Food Facts - Computer Cooking Contest 2012

  1. 1. Cơ sở dữ liệu miễn phí về mặt hàng thực phẩm Freie Datenbank für Nahrungsmittel La información alimentaria libre La banca dati alimentare aperta Linformation alimentaire ouverte フリー食品データベース Stéphane Gigandet, founder http://openfoodfacts.org Computer Cooking Contest 2012 - Lyon – Sept. 3rd 2012
  2. 2. Agenda● Introduction● Collaborating and contributing● Uses● Re-uses● Technology● Future plans● Impact
  3. 3. The Open Food Facts project● A database of information on food products from all around the world ● Ingredients, nutrition facts, origins, labels, photos etc.● Collaborative, free and open
  4. 4. Collaborating and contributing● Crowdsourcing model to add products ● 150 contributors added 2000 products in French ● Contributions directly from food companies● Crowdsourcing of ideas ● Facebook contributors groups, discussion lists etc. ● 40 ideas on the Ideas Forums – https://openfoodfactsfr.uservoice.com/ & http://openfoodfacts.uservoice.com/● Open APIs and open source mobile app – https://github.com/openfoodfacts/openfoodfacts-android/ – Mailing list: off-android-fr-subscribe@openfoodfacts.org
  5. 5. Missions and special operations Operation Soda: - collaboration with OWNI and Terra Eco - 150 sodas added in 1 week
  6. 6. Uses – Deciphering cryptic labels● e.g. “E-numbers” for additives ● E150d = Sulfite ammonia caramel● Carmine, also called Crimson Lake, Cochineal, Natural Red 4, E120 or carminic acidCochineal scales breedingPhoto by Frank Vincentz, licence Creative Commons CC-BY-SA 3.0
  7. 7. Uses – Comparing products● Products in the same category: ●
  8. 8. Uses – Fact checkingCampbells 25% Less Sodium Tomato Soup Same amount of salt! $1 $1.39Source: http://www.mouseprint.org/2010/03/08/campbells-not-25-less-sodium-tomato-soup/
  9. 9. Uses – Searching products
  10. 10. Re-uses allowed and encouraged● Open Data licence (OdbL) ● cc-by-sa like licence for databases ● Anyone can use all the collected data for any use (including commercial)● Data readily available in open formats ● JSON API, CSV exports
  11. 11. Re-uses : data visualizationsGraphs are now directly available through the Search form on Open Food Facts
  12. 12. Re-use ideas● Source of data for research: food, health, marketing, computer science etc.● Consumer watch● Art, collections● Your ideas!● Got an idea? We can help to get the data you need. (e.g. more products with Aspartame for a study)
  13. 13. Technology● Web frontend: HTML5, jquery● Server backend: Apache, Perl, MongoDB● Mobile apps: Phonegap, jquerymobile● OCR (ingredients): Tesseract
  14. 14. Innovative use of common technologies● Cameras: products instead of sunsets● Phones: barcode readers● Barcodes: consumers instead of cashiers
  15. 15. Future plans● More languages, more products● Mobile apps: Android, iOS, Windows Phone etc.● More uses and re-uses ● e.g. automated ingredients translation for people traveling in foreign countries● More collaboration and research ● Scientists, developers, students ● e.g. better OCR: ingredients on round cans?
  16. 16. Changing how we eat and cook● More transparency to the food industry means: ● Smarter choices ● Better products (healthy, environment friendly) ● Less processed food products ● More cooking! or9 additives:E331,E333,E330,E440,E415 ?E322,E503,E450,E500 http://www.lacuisinedejuliat.com/article-moelleux-biscuits-fraises-et-rhubarbe-109485909.html

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