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The Algorithm Dilemma

Virtual Escape Room

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Introduction

As a talented AI programmer, you have been tasked with designing an algorithm for a smart food recommendation system that caters to different stakeholders' interests.

Wecome to "The Algorithm Dilemma," a virtual escape room experience that plunges you into the heart of a cutting-edge AI development company.

You find yourself in a high-tech laboratory, surrounded by screens displaying intricate lines of code and data visualizations. Your mission is to create an AI algorithm that suggests personalized meal plans based on individual preferences. However, as you delve deeper into the project, you uncover a complex ethical dilemma.

Family-FocusedPath

Health-FocusedPath

If you prioritize health experts' values, the algorithm promotes nutrient-rich meals and portion control. This path leads to a futuristic health lab with scientific challenges and puzzles.

If you prioritize family members' values, the algorithm emphasizes comfort foods and traditional recipes. This path leads to a cozy kitchen setting with nostalgic clues and puzzles.

Family-Focused Path

Step into this warm and inviting kitchen, filled with the aroma of freshly baked dishes and familiar spices. As you explore the kitchen, you will encounter puzzles that evoke memories of family gatherings and cherished recipes. Clues lead you to ingredients that resonate with nostalgia. Each puzzle solved unlocks a piece of the algorithm's design, emphasizing tastiness and emotional connection.

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Matti's coming over for dinner and requests homemade bread. Examine each recipe card and determine the correct ingredients:

Homemade Bread for Matti

Homemade Bread for Matti

all purpose flour

yeast

baking soda

salt

eggs

oil

honey

pinch of salt

gluten-free flour

yeast

baking soda

salt

eggs

oil

honey

pinch of salt

Nice Work!

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Oops, that's not quite right! You burned the bread!

Nice Job! Smells delicious!!

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Health-focused Path

Navigate through scientific challenges and puzzles that test your knowledge of nutrition and wellness. Clues guide you towards ingredients rich in nutrients and portion control strategies. Each puzzle solution unlocks a segment of the algorithm focused on promoting health and balanced diets.

Nutrient Puzzle

Look at the selection of food items and corresponding nutrient values. Strategically allocate the food items to create a balanced nutrient profile for 9-13 year olds that meets daily dietary requirements.

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Protein Foods

Vegetables

Dairy

Grains

Fruits

Click each icon to reveal each nutritional chart

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Oops, that's not quite right

Try again

Congrats! You've completed "The Algorithm Dilemma," time to move on to the next assignment, Epic Comet!

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We perceive visual content better. Visual content is linked to cognitive and psychological mechanisms. Things enter through the eyes, the first image is what matters. We connect visual content with emotions.

Picky Eater

Jimmy

I only like a few things because I'm such a picky eater. Please don't feed me anything with peanuts as I am highly alergic!I love banana pudding!

My favorite dish is chicken salad!How I make it: 12 ounces cooked chicken breast, finely chopped (from 2 breasts of rotisserie chicken)▢1/3 cup light mayonnaise▢1/2 cup celery, chopped▢1/3 cup red onion, diced (or scallions or chives)▢2 tablespoons chicken broth, optional▢1 teaspoon Dijon▢1/2 teaspoon seasoned salt▢black pepper, to taste *I leave out the salt because of my doctor's recommendations.

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If you want to provide additional information or develop the content in more detail, you can do so through your oral presentation. We recommend that you practice your voice and rehearse: the best improvisation is always the most refined!

We grasp visual content better. Visual content is linked to cognitive and psychological mechanisms. Things come in through the eyes; the first image is what matters. We associate visual content with emotions.

PB&J is my fave!

Karter

I love peanut butter and jelly sandwiches-especially when my mom makes homemade bread. YUM!

Gluten-free diet

Matti

I love the smell of the house when my sister makes homemade bread. Unfortunately, I can't eat the bread she makes.When she knows I'm coming over for dinner, she uses Gluten-free ingredients and I appreciate that. It still tastes so good!

Hate cooking

James

Please don't ask me to cook anything. I burn everything! I love making the lemonade and the relish trays though. The spicier the relish, the better!

Here for the dessert

Trent

And I mean ALL the desserts. Everything my mom and Matti make are delicious. My favorite is Matti's peanut-butter cookies. SO good!

Delores

Oh, I just love the process of baking bread- my house smells so delicious! Here's how I make Gluten-Free Homemade Bread for my sister, Matti: Ingredients Selection: Choose gluten-free flours such as rice flour, almond flour, tapioca flour, or chickpea flour. Add binding agents like xanthan gum or psyllium husk to mimic gluten's elasticity.Mixing Dry Ingredients: Combine gluten-free flours, binding agents, baking powder, salt, and any desired flavorings (like herbs or seeds) in a mixing bowl. Whisk thoroughly to ensure even distribution.Activating Yeast: If using yeast, activate it in warm water with a pinch of sugar. Allow it to foam before adding it to the dry ingredients. This step helps ensure proper rising in the absence of gluten.Mixing Wet Ingredients: In a separate bowl, mix wet ingredients such as eggs, oil, honey, or alternative sweeteners. Whisk until well combined.Combining Wet and Dry Ingredients: Slowly pour the wet ingredients into the dry mixture, stirring continuously until a dough forms. Ensure the dough is well mixed but avoid overmixing to prevent a dense texture.Rising: Transfer the dough into a greased or lined bread tin. Cover with a clean kitchen towel or plastic wrap and allow it to rise in a warm, draft-free place. Rising times may vary depending on the recipe but typically take around 30 minutes to an hour.Baking: Preheat the oven to the specified temperature in the recipe. Once the dough has risen, bake the bread for the recommended time, usually between 30 to 45 minutes. Check for doneness by tapping the bottom of the loaf for a hollow sound or by inserting a toothpick into the center; it should come out clean when the bread is fully baked.Cooling and Enjoyment: Remove the bread from the oven and let it cool in the tin for a few minutes before transferring it to a wire rack to cool completely. Slicing and enjoying your freshly baked gluten-free bread!

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If you want to provide additional information or develop the content in more detail, you can do so through your oral presentation. We recommend that you practice your voice and rehearse: the best improvisation is always the most rehearsed!

We better capture visual content. Visual content is associated with cognitive and psychological mechanisms. Things come in through the eyes, the first image is what counts. We associate visual content with emotions.

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SUBTITLE HERE

If you want to provide additional information or develop the content in more detail, you can do so through your oral presentation. We recommend that you practice your voice and rehearse: the best improvisation is always the most polished!

We better capture visual content. Visual content is associated with cognitive and psychological mechanisms. Things come in through the eyes, the first image is what matters. We associate visual content with emotions.

Write a great headline

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SUBTITLE HERE

If you want to provide additional information or develop the content in more detail, you can do so through your oral presentation. We recommend that you train your voice and rehearse: the best improvisation is always the most practiced!

We better grasp visual content. Visual content is associated with cognitive and psychological mechanisms. Things come in through the eyes, the first image is what matters. We associate visual content with emotions.