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The Unlikely Evolution Of The @ Symbol

The Unlikely Evolution Of The @ Symbol | e-Xploration | Scoop.it
For a moment, let’s not think about the @ symbol in the way we usually think of it, as the fulcrum of an email address, the navel connecting us to our Twitter handles, or even just the weird a hanging out above the 2 key.Let’s imagine...

Via Ana Cristina Pratas, Anthony Alvarado
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For a moment, let’s not think about the @ symbol in the way we usually think of it, as the fulcrum of an email address, the navel connecting us to our Twitter handles, or even just the weird a hanging out above the 2 key.

Let’s imagine it instead blinking upon a screen. It exists as our focal point in a Metaverse of text. It’s a world with endless layers, the geometries, architectures, and inhabitants of which are likewise described by symbols on our keyboard. And in this world, @ is our avatar: a logogram of power that, once inscribed, represents our identity in an entirely digital world.

This metaphor for the @ symbol may seem exotic, but it isn’t new. Some of the very first computer video games (called roguelikes) used @ to represent the player as he explored rudimentary ASCII dungeons. "This is you, and you are at this location within our cyber world."

 

More to the point, that’s how we still use it. Popularized and rejuvenated by its insertion before every Twitter handle, the @ symbol today is almost a pronoun. It has a very personal meaning for billions of people across the planet. It’s the symbol that means “digital me.”

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Innovation for a Complex World | #socialchange

Innovation for a Complex World | #socialchange | e-Xploration | Scoop.it

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This special supplement from Stanford Social Innovation Review shares global perspectives on how social innovation can promote the well-being of humanity. Free download.

 

See also: http://www.ssireview.org/articles/entry/social_innovation_creates_prosperous_societies#When:00:30:00Z

Tejasvita's curator insight, June 6, 2013 2:54 AM

seems useful

Begoña Iturgaitz's curator insight, June 13, 2013 11:54 AM

Complex, but enriching..... for thinkers on the field

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Démocratie et société civile | Terra Nova

Démocratie et société civile | Terra Nova | e-Xploration | Scoop.it
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L’intégration de la société civile organisée au processus de la décision publique est devenue une nécessité. Dans un contexte de crise économique et sociale, les politiques ont un réel intérêt à se tourner vers le monde associatif. La participation des associations à la décision publique ne peut que légitimer l’action publique. Les interactions qui existent aujourd’hui entre associations et pouvoirs publics en sont déjà une preuve flagrante. Ces interactions s’inscrivent dans un mouvement ascendant porté par une aspiration nouvelle : la participation. Si elles revitalisent le débat démocratique, elles ne doivent cependant pas aboutir à des distorsions de démocratie. Bien souvent, les politiques ne savent pas dialoguer avec les acteurs de la société civile. Certes, des expérimentations – le plus souvent locales – de participation des citoyens à la décision publique existent aujourd’hui. Elles constituent cependant des exceptions. (I). 

Il importe donc de créer les conditions d’un nouveau dialogue et de nouvelles interactions entre le monde associatif et les politiques. Cependant, un tel projet suppose un changement de paradigme et cette « révolution «  ne pourra se faire sans de nouveaux moyens, qu’ils soient institutionnels, politiques ou financiers (II). Enfin, cette évolution appelle des exigences, en termes de transparence, visibilité et indépendance (III).

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Online disinhibition and the psychology of trolling (Wired UK) | #trollstudies #digitalprofiles

Online disinhibition and the psychology of trolling (Wired UK) | #trollstudies #digitalprofiles | e-Xploration | Scoop.it
Are people genuinely more aggressive, rude and unpleasant online, and if so, why? And what can we do to counter that, and make the internet a more tolerant place?
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Psychologist John Suller wrote a paper on this in 2004, entitled "The Online Disinhibition Effect", where he explored six factors that could combine to change people's behaviour online. These are dissociative anonymity ("my actions can't be attributed to my person"); invisibility ("nobody can tell what I look like, or judge my tone"); asynchronicity ("my actions do not occur in real-time"); solipsistic Introjection ("I can't see these people, I have to guess at who they are and their intent"); dissociative imagination ("this is not the real world, these are not real people"); and minimising authority ("there are no authority figures here, I can act freely"). The combination of any number of these leads to people behaving in ways they wouldn't when away from the screen, often positively -- being more open, or honest -- but sometimes negatively, abusing their fellow internet users in ways they wouldn't dream of offline. 

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Topological data analysis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia | #TDA #datascience

Topological data analysis (TDA) is a new area of study aimed at having applications in areas such as data mining and computer vision. The main problems are:

The human brain can easily extract global structure from representations in a strictly lower dimension, i.e. we infer a 3D environment from a 2D image from each eye. The inference of global structure also occurs when converting discrete data into continuous images, e.g. dot-matrix printers and televisions communicate images via arrays of discrete points.

The main method used by topological data analysis is:

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Ayasdi | Topological Data Analysis (TDA) System | #datascience

Ayasdi | Topological Data Analysis (TDA) System | #datascience | e-Xploration | Scoop.it
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We’ve built the world’s only Insight Discovery Platform using:

 

Topological Data Analysis (TDA)

 

... to allow people to discover insights in data in ways never imagined without queries.

 

Our mission is to help organizations make groundbreaking discoveries that lead to rapid innovation, faster growth, increased cost savings, and perhaps most importantly, saving lives through breakthroughs in translational medicine.

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What are Complex Adaptive Systems?

What are Complex Adaptive Systems? | e-Xploration | Scoop.it

 

A brief description of Complex Adaptive Systems and
Complexity Theory, by Peter Fryer


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Via Bernard Ryefield, Ben van Lier
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Complex adaptive systems are all around us. Most things we take for granted are complex adaptive systems, and the agents in every system exist and behave in total ignorance of the concept but that does not impede their contribution to the system. Complex Adaptive Systems are a model for thinking about the world around us not a model for predicting what will happen. I have found that in nearly all situations I can view what is happening in Complex Adaptive Systems terms and that this opens up a variety of new options which give me more choice and more freedom.

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Bernard Ryefield's curator insight, June 4, 2013 4:58 PM

as brief and thorough as possible

Alexander Abramov's curator insight, June 6, 2013 1:35 AM

Complex Adaptive Systems - underlie manipulated in biology and engineering, this feedback system.

Alain Coetmeur's comment, July 21, 2013 6:12 AM
antifragile, if/since they survived ?
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The most controversial topics in Wikipedia: A multilingual and geographical analysis | #controverses #wikipedia

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We present, visualize and analyse the similarities and differences between the controversial topics related to "edit wars" identified in 10 different language versions of Wikipedia. After a brief review of the related work we describe the methods developed to locate, measure, and categorize the controversial topics in the different languages. Visualizations of the degree of overlap between the top 100 list of most controversial articles in different languages and the content related geographical locations will be presented. We discuss what the presented analysis and visualizations can tell us about the multicultural aspects of Wikipedia, and, in general, about cultures of peer-production with focus on universal and specifically, local features. We demonstrate that Wikipedia is more than just an encyclopaedia; it is also a window into divergent social-spatial priorities, interests and preferences.

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How signals, geometry, and topology are influencing data science | #datascience

How signals, geometry, and topology are influencing data science | #datascience | e-Xploration | Scoop.it
I've been noticing unlikely areas of mathematics pop-up in data analysis. While signal processing is a natural fit, topology, differential and algebraic geometry aren't exactly areas you associate with...
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Compressed Sensing
Compressed sensing is a signal processing technique which makes efficient data collection possible. As an example using compressed sensing images can be reconstructed from small amounts of data. Idealized Sampling is used to collect information to measure the most important components. By vastly decreasing the number of measurements to be collected, less data needs to stored, and one reduces the amount of time and energy1 needed to collect signals. Already there have been applications in medical imaging and mobile phones.

The problem is you don’t know ahead of time which signals/components are important. A series of numerical experiments led Emanuel Candes to believe that random samples may be the answer. The theoretical foundation as to why a random set of signals would work, where laid down in a series of papers by Candes and Fields Medalist Terence Tao2.

 

Topological Data Analysis
Tools from topology (mathematics of shapes and spaces) have been generalized to point clouds of data(random samples from distributions, inside high-dimensional spaces). Topological Data Analysis is particularly useful for exploratory (visual) data analysis. Startup Ayasdi uses topological data analysis to help business users detect patterns in high-dimensional data sets.

 

Hamiltonian Monte-Carlo
Inspired by ideas from differential geometry and classical mechanics, Hamiltonian Monte Carlo (HMC) is an efficient alternative to popular approximation techniques like Gibbs sampling. A new open source, software package called Stan lets you fit Bayesian statistical models using HMC. (RStan lets you use Stan from within R.)

 

Geometry and Data: Manifold Learning and Singular Learning Theory
Starting with a set of points in high-dimensional space, manifold learning3 uses ideas from differential geometry to do dimension reduction – a step often used as a precursor to applying machine-learning algorithms. Singular learning theory draws from techniques in algebraic geometry to generalize the Bayesian Information Criterion(BIC) to a much wider set of models. (BIC is a model selection criterion used in machine-learning and statistics.)

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RIP 2.0 – Google lance un service pour gérer ses données après sa mort | #ritualdigital

RIP 2.0 – Google lance un service pour gérer ses données après sa mort | #ritualdigital | e-Xploration | Scoop.it
RIP 2.0 – Google lance un service pour gérer ses données après sa mort
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Y a-t-il une vie (virtuelle) après la mort ? Pour Google, il y a au moins une façon de l'organiser. Le géant américain vient de lancer son nouveau service "Inactive Account Manager", qui permet de prévoir et d'organiser ce qu'adviendront les données personnelles du titulaire d'un compte Google, avec tous ses services associés, après sa mort, indique le site du Telegraph.

 

Celui-ci pourra en premier lieu décider de la date de mise en inactivité de son compte (trois, six, neuf ou douze mois après sa mort), ainsi que de ce qu'il adviendra de ses photos sur Picassa, de ses vidéos publiées sur Youtube ou de ses Google Docs. Le titulaire du compte peut ainsi décider du transfert de l'ensemble de ses données vers une personne de son choix.

 

TESTAMENT VIRTUEL


Un véritable testament virtuel qui fait écho au projet de règlement européen visant à détruire ou anonymiser les données personnelles, analysé par Rue89. L'initiative de Google peut donc apparaître comme une alternative, ou une réponse, à ce projet, combattu par les lobbies de l'industrie du Web, en raison "de sa complexité et de son coût".


Wired s'est de son côté amusé à recenser tous les sites internet qui ont flairé le bon filon du testament virtuel. Le site Bcelebrated offre ainsi de célébrer les meilleurs moments de votre passage sur Terre, "aujourd'hui et pour toujours", en uploadant des textes, images et documents sonores, que vos amis et votre famille pourront consulter après votre mort.

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Collective Intelligence: Cities as Global Sustainability Platform - TEDxMission | #CI #smartcities #socialchange

Social media and collaborative technologies--layered with smart systems combining geo-location data with human experience--will make cities the driving susta...
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Why Big Data Is Not Truth : “Big Data fundamentalism" | #bigdata #controverses

Why Big Data Is Not Truth : “Big Data fundamentalism" | #bigdata #controverses | e-Xploration | Scoop.it
Don’t let the rhetoric fool you, a Microsoft researcher says: Big Data is a human tool, which means it is subject to all kinds of miscollection, misapplication and abuse.

Via Pierre Levy
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Kate Crawford, a researcher at Microsoft Research, calls the problem :


“Big Data fundamentalism"


— the idea with larger data sets, we get closer to objective truth.” Speaking at a conference in Berkeley, Calif., on Thursday, she identified what she calls “six myths of Big Data.”

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It still is all in the interpretation...

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The minorities in the high tech workforce | #minorities #hitech #workforce

The minorities in the high tech workforce | #minorities #hitech #workforce | e-Xploration | Scoop.it
Citing a critical shortage Silicon Valley heavyweights have been lobbying for immigration reform that will allow high tech firms to hire more workers...
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Code.org, the high-profile industry effort to push for more computer science and programming in K-12 education, correctly highlights the growing need for programmers and the dearth of educational opportunities to learn to code. But the reasons for the high tech talent gap run deeper than a simple lack of curricular offerings.

 

The statistics on the code.org site are silent as to issues of diversity and equity, and fail to point out that coders are overwhelmingly white, Asian, and male. If almost all non-Asian minorities and women feel that coding is not for them, we have reduced our potential pool of high tech talent to a fraction of the population.

 

Despite a deserved reputation for progressiveness, the tech sector is highly exclusionary to those who don't fit the geek stereotype--and this tendency is getting worse, especially in Silicon Valley. You might have heard, based on 2011 numbers, that only 25 percent of the U.S. high tech workforce is female, and the percentages have been in steady decline since the nineties. The numbers for minority women are even more dismal. Hispanic women represent 1 percent of the high tech workforce, and African-American women don't fare much better, at 3 percent. The better the jobs, the lower the proportions are of women and non-Asian minorities. Despite the diversity of the population of the region, Silicon Valley, which boasts the highest salaries among tech regions, fares much worse than the national numbers.

 

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We know that the more diverse the ecosystem of talent, the more innovative are the solutions that result. If we really care about the talent gap in high tech, innovation, and entrepreneurism, we need to do more than look overseas, or push classes and school requirements at kids. We need to build a sense of relevance and social connection into what it means to be a coder for a wide diversity of kids. Groups such as Black Girls Code, Mozilla’s Webmaker Mentors, Urban TxT, a growing network of makerspaces in diverse communities, and the vibrant community of youngScratch programmers point to ways in which girls, and Black and Latino kids can be recruited into coding culture and social networks. The talent is there to be developed if we can diversify our imagination of who belongs to the coding inner circle, and how we might invite them to join.

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#analytics : 60 Mind-Blowing and Tweetable Social Media Stats

#analytics : 60 Mind-Blowing and Tweetable Social Media Stats | e-Xploration | Scoop.it
Discover 60 of the freshest stats and facts on social media strategy, including Twitter integration for easy sharing!

Via Aaron Balick
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Katie Maguire's curator insight, July 3, 2013 4:56 PM

These were some crazy statistics. Even though it seems like everyone is connected, it's important for me to remember that there are people who will go hungry, die of war, and won't see the internet because of their government.

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How much does it help to know what she knows you know? An agent-based #simulation study

How much does it help to know what she knows you know? An agent-based #simulation study | e-Xploration | Scoop.it

In everyday life, people make use of theory of mind by explicitly attributing unobservable mental content such as beliefs, desires, and intentions to others. Humans are known to be able to use this ability recursively. That is, they engage in higher-order theory of mind, and consider what others believe about their own beliefs. In this paper, we use agent-based computational models to investigate the evolution of higher-order theory of mind. We consider higher-order theory of mind across four different competitive games, including repeated single-shot and repeated extensive form games, and determine the advantage of higher-order theory of mind agents over their lower-order theory of mind opponents. Across these four games, we find a common pattern in which first-order and second-order theory of mind agents clearly outperform opponents that are more limited in their ability to make use of theory of mind, while the advantage for deeper recursion to third-order theory of mind is limited in comparison.


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"teens" social media privacy management and overall behavior | #digitalprofiles #privacy

"teens" social media privacy management and overall behavior | #digitalprofiles #privacy | e-Xploration | Scoop.it
If you want to know the future of technology and its impact on society, study how younger generations interact with one another today. Social media is...
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To help Pew Research Center published a new study that examines teens’ social media privacy management and overall behavior. Why is it important? Well, for starters, social and mobile for teens (aka, digital natives) is simply a way of life.

A Crazy Little Thing Called Privacy

If you think about it, Generation X and to some extent the older side of Generation Y, are the last to know privacy as it was. Privacy for the most part is something that older generations guarded. For most, privacy was and is sacred, worthy of protecting. Publicity on the other hand was almost a luxury. To earn the attention of the masses required investment and strategy. It’s almost the opposite is true among digital natives. Privacy now is something that you have to teach or learn the hard way.

According to Pew, teens share more information about themselves on social media than ever before.

91% post a photo of themselves, up from 79% in 2006.71% post their school name, up from 49%.71% post the city or town where they live, up from 61%.53% post their email address, up from 29%.20% post their cell phone number, up from 2%.

While the top three aren’t necessarily jaw dropping, we start to see the erosion of privacy and the rise of publicness with the jump in sharing phone numbers publicly. And this is only the beginning.

-----------------------------------------------------------A Private Facebook vs. A Public Twitter

94% of all teens who use social media have a profile on Facebook. Twitter’s rising fast. 26% of teens manage a profile on Twitter, which is up from 12% just one year earlier.

On Facebook, ironically enough, teens tend to choose a myriad of privacy settings. 60% keep their profiles private and most believe that they are in control of their privacy settings. They also go through hoops to support multiple accounts to engage on respective fronts accordingly. They also go to great lengths to delete older posts to prevent the risk of future drama.

With Twitter on the other hand, 64% of teens choose a public profile and 12%, believe it or not, are not sure whether or not their public tweets are private or public.

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Why Topological Data Analysis? | Ayasdi Blog | #TDA #datascience

Topology within mathematics can be characterized as that part of the subject which studies notions of shape.
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  In ordinary topology, the role of the combinatorial representations is to lend additional concreteness to the study of the shape, as well as to provide a succinct representation of it.  They serve the same purpose in the study of high dimensional and complex data sets, in that they provide a compressed representation of the data which retains information about the geometric relationships between data points.  The representations are also easy to work with, so they provide extremely useful and simple ways to interrogate the data, and to understand the driving variables characterizing various subgroups.  At a high level, one can say that they allow for easy identification of coherent groups within the data.  The search for coherent groups, performed naively, is a clearly intractable problem since it requires searching through the collection of subsets in the data set. 

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Professor Gunnar Carlsson Introduces Topological Data Analysis | #TDA #dataviz

An Introduction to Topological Data Analysis by Ayasdi's Gunnar Carlsson
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Data ---> structures, representations and forms analysis

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The End of the Web, Search, and Computer as We Know It | Wired.com | #algorithms #worldstream

The End of the Web, Search, and Computer as We Know It | Wired.com | #algorithms #worldstream | e-Xploration | Scoop.it
It all began with the “lifestream,” a phenomenon that I predicted in the 1990s and shared in the pages of Wired almost exactly 16 years ago.

Via John Shank
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How should we arrange all the stuff on the internet? Conventional solution: use links to form a web. Users follow links from one information-object to related ones. Unconventional alternative: use narrative streams (individually, “lifestreams”; blended together, the “worldstream”). Users follow time-ordered sequences from one info-object to the next, and these streams flow: their tails lengthen constantly as new information arrives. Which suggests an unconventional GUI, using virtual 3D: objects flow towards you out of the future and away from you into the past. We’ve actually *built* a first draft of this future: prototype software that makes the vision concrete. Go to lifestreams.com to request an invite. There, you’ll see a narrative stream made of only five sources (Twitter, Facebook, mail, RSS, memos). Eventually there will be billions of sources: probably 100 or so right on your control panel that track people, institutions, blogs, photo-streams, businesses. Put these billions of streams together and you get the worldstream.

 

It’s wonderful that computing today is full of non-academics; wonderful that my piece on Wired has more influence than any journal article I might write. But no matter who or where you are, the same powerful processes drive this field: We see big visions, then use existing technology to build software that takes little steps forward. I’ve made correct predictions in my time (the cloud, Carriero and Gelernter ’85; the web etc., Mirror Worlds, ’91; blogs, chat-streams, and others, “Lifestreams: Bigger than Elvis,” 1995) — and so I can tell you that being right is worth exactly $0.0. But it moves the field forward; and it’s fun!

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IBM Redbooks | Artificial Intelligence: Learning Through Interactions and Big Data

IBM Redbooks | Artificial Intelligence: Learning Through Interactions and Big Data | e-Xploration | Scoop.it
Artifical intelligence (AI) approaches combined with analytics techniques can provide practical approaches to the challenges of creating Smarter Planet solutions.
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Artifical intelligence (AI) approaches combined with analytics techniques can provide practical approaches to the challenges of creating Smarter Planet solutions.

 

The current mainstream business analytics research and solution development along with the convergence of AI with machine learning techniques will continue to underpin high-value, human decision support solutions.Cognitive systems can combine natural language processing, hypothesis generation and evaluation, and dynamic learning for a powerful, fast, and intelligent problem solving.To effectively apply intelligent problem solving using AI solutions, you can extend the capabilities of IBM Watson and its DeepQA technology architecture to other domains.

 

As organizations embrace AI, understanding the methods to approaching intelligent problem solving is central to gaining an advantage with AI solutions.

 

This IBM® Redbooks® Point-of-View publication describes the AI and business analytics concepts that drive smarter planet solutions.

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The academic, the wikipedian, the vandal. by Antonio A. Casilli | @bodyspacesoc

The academic, the wikipedian, the vandal. by Antonio A. Casilli | @bodyspacesoc | e-Xploration | Scoop.it
A blog for recovering social scientists
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With the new academic year kicking in, my colleagues and I have decided to add a little wiki twist to a couple of courses we teach at Telecom ParisTech. I started a Wikispace for my digital culture class, and with Isabelle Garron and Valérie Beaudouin we’ve made compulsory for first year students to try and edit and discuss at least one Wikipedia page, as part of their initiation to online writing.

 

Sure, Wikipedia has been used as teaching tool in academia for some years now, to say nothing about its increasing popularity as a research topic. But the main rationale for using it in the classroom is that it has become the one-stop-shop for bibliographical research and fact-checkin

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Web 2.0 ... The Machine is Us/ing Us

Final version now available! http://youtube.com/watch?v=NLlGopyXT_g http://mediatedcultures.net Web 2.0 in just under 5 minutes. This is the 2nd draft, and I...
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bases de la 2.0 desde la etnografía digital o virtual..

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TROLL! (What is it good for?) | #trollstudies @bodyspacesoc

Slides de l'intervention d'Antonio A. CASILLI (Telecom ParisTech/EHESS) au séminaire EPIN - COSTECH, UTC - Université de Technologie de Compiègne, 18 avril 2
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 Vision irénique des réseaux sociaux (amitié, amour, partage) ou…

 

 ..les dangers omniprésents de la vie connectée (invasions de la vie privée, info overload, cyberharcèlement, stalking, phishing, etc.)

 

 Le fantasme de la communication harmonieuse vs. le spectre de la conflictualité au niveau micro et macro

 

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7. Typologie du troll.

 

 Troll« pur » : celui qui pourrit de commentaires désobligeants et mal adaptés au contexte d’interaction Nature est éminemment contextuelle Mauvaise évaluation du contexte : risque de déviance individuelle Engage une réaction directe de la part des autres membres de la communauté qui se retrouvent investis de la fonction d’applicateurs de la norme sociale9.

 

 Troll « hybride » : combine son activité de troll avec des « habiletés » d’autre type (hacking, faking, manipulation, coll ecte information…)  Ex. Mr. Bundle (A Rape in Cyberspace, 1993)  Joan, « la thérapeute en fauteuil roulant » (The Strange Case of the Electronic Lover, 1985).

 

 Troll « réciproque ou involontaire » : plusieurs individus sont réciproquement convaincus que « les trolls c’est les autres ». Echo de la théorie du labeling  Personne ne trolle à proprement parler – et pourtant « ça trolle »  Propriété émergente du système social

 

 Le troll « revendicatif » : un usager mécontent d’un produit ou d’un service, qui manifeste sa frustration en bombardant de messages décalées ou agressifs le site Web, la page Facebook d’une entreprise.  Les trolls des marques, des célébrités, des hommes politiques…  Le côté obscur du Cluetrain Manifesto (si « les marchés sont devenus des conversations », le troll pourrit le marché…)

 

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Dataiku : #bigdata community | #dataInnovation #datascience #workforce

Dataiku : #bigdata community | #dataInnovation #datascience #workforce | e-Xploration | Scoop.it
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Build your data lab 

However, building such a data lab can prove to be difficult.
Even though many data science technologies are freely available in open-source, choosing the right one(s) remain complex and integrating them cumbersome.
Furthermore, data science skills are rare, and it might not be obvious how to train your people to these new techniques.

Last but not the least, integrating the data-driven innovation to your existing product teams can be a hell of conflicting mindsets.

 

Introducing Dataiku, the data lab accelerator


Dataiku was founded by Big Data veterans to help you build and grow your data lab. Dataiku founders believe that data-innovation can be achieved successfully by any organization with the right  combination of technology, people and methodology.

First, we are, at Dataiku, passionate about technology. We are putting several years of expertise into the Dataiku platform to collect, reshape, analyze and share  data. Our goal is to dramatically decrease the infrastructure, software and human costs for data science projects.

Second, we are, at Dataiku, enthusiast about data-driven innovation. We want to share this passion, infuse a data science mindset to your teams and help your data lab to develop. We are ready to help you find the hidden data treasures within your data history and kick-start your first data science initiatives.

Finally, we are, at Dataiku, fond of data scientists. We’re putting together a community of data science experts that can complement your team before your lab is fully operational.

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