Solutions

ECO-BOT

SWITCH LANGUAGE:

ECO-BOT

ECO-BOT

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Team
Schweinebäuche
Contact details
mihaela.rozman@tuwien.ac.at

Hack the Waste

Save the world - One hack a time. In this virtual hackathon you address the challenge of sustainable resource management. Code a chatbot in programing language Scratch that can help or teach the user to sustainable usage of Earth & man-made resources or goods.

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Solution description

https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/334078522

Our program starts with a simple welcome text, after the welcome request, we give the user 10 seconds to prepare for the questions. At each question, the user has 3-4 answer options. We have set up the program so that the bot asks the question and then each 3-4 answer options and the user can then decide for himself which best applies to his answer. Between each answer option, he has 5-10 seconds to memorize the answer. The respective answers are then set to a variable and at the end, the variables are used so that one can add to the sum of the respective type. If the user gives an incorrect or invalid answer, the program will issue "Incorrect answer". After a function, he sends the respective answer to all other functions so that they can receive it and the next question can be asked. If the greatest possible answer is given, then a tip for lowering the ecological footprint will be issued, but unfortunately not at all. Our last issue is the size of the ecological footprint in GHA, then it asks if you want to repeat the test because you only have to press one button.

Our program starts with a simple welcome text, after the welcome request, we give the user 10 seconds to prepare for the questions. At each question, the user has 3-4 answer options. We have set up the program so that the bot asks the question and then each 3-4 answer options and the user can then decide for himself which best applies to his answer. Between each answer option, he has 5-10 seconds to memorize the answer. The respective answers are then set to a variable and at the end, the variables are used so that one can add to the sum of the respective type

Solution target group

Normal Persons

Solution impact

Better World

Solution tweet text

ECO-BOT

Solution innovativeness

Better World

Solution transferability

No Time

Solution sustainability

No Time

Solution team work

GOOD

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