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The Data Cuisine Workshop in June 2016, organized by Dietmar Offenhuber, Design faculty was featured on BBC this September.

Have you ever wondered what your credit score might taste like?

Numbers reflect interest rates, determine the outcome of presidential elections and dominate global commerce, and in turn they govern our lives. But algorithms are invisible and intangible. How can you make them appear more physical?

An innovative design project dubbed Data Cuisine has turned fuzzy maths into something you can bite into – literally. The process encourages people to examine topical issues by converting data-driven dishes into conversation pieces.

“Food is very sensual and not something that we associate with the cold world of numbers, which is precisely what attracted us,” co-founder Moritz Stefaner says.

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