Preparing the recognition machine with AVW for a 2nd tryout monday ... Thanks @KnowPresent for the receipt printer ... It's inspired a whole project :)
DESIGNING FOR WEB 2020
Iʼve been thinking about this a lot ! These ideas arenʼt necessarily organized or complete but I think they shed a fair amount of light onto my design process and the sorts of things I aim for with my works.
Pairs well with RDF, ActivityPub, IndieWeb, and everyone else trying to build the internet of tomorrow, today. But from a design perspective, rather than a technological one !
Une référence intéressante sur la relation art - licenses libres glanée récemment : la thèse en ligne: "Sandbox Culture, A Study of the Application of Free and Open Source Software Licensing Ideas to Art and Cultural Production" d'Aymeric Mansoux :
0 is the special value that means "forever".
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SICV, file under Governmental > Institutes
On the 28th of October, @manetta and I will be giving a at the Impakt festival. Afficher plus
During the trust <in> formation workshop we will take the ORES project as an inspiration for machine learning done ethically: transparency in the decision making process and stimulation of multiplicity of uses.
Instead of "post-truth" algorithms, we'll make the jump to "post-trust" algorithms: the workshop looks at the reasons why Wikipedia is currently seen as a trustable source of information mainly built through collaboration. It's not only trusted by humans, but also by machine learning developers: many models use its articles to train or test on. The fact that Wikipedia has its in-house team working on machine learning is a less known fact: the ORES project.
The workshop will provide a practical experiment in which the participants are invited to write together under the watch of the ORES models and prove their good faith.
It's quite something to see that traces of ESPACE AUTOUR workshop by Katrien Oosterlinck at Constant have ended up being recorded on Google #maps.
An ode to the "humble IP address" Really useful description of ipv4 fundamentals https://jvns.ca/blog/2018/07/24/ip-addresses-routing/
PZI #XPUB GRADUATION SHOW 2018
05/07/18 — 19:00-01:00
With Karina Dukalska (Back it up), Max Franklin (Anomolous Faces), Giulia de Giovanelli (Unlearning the Rules of Collectivity), Franc González (Referedum Medialogs), Pleun Gremmen (Alt Reality Lexicon) and Nadine Rotem-Stibbe (Unpublishing House).
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