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Facebook utilisera VOTRE historique de navigation pour adapter sa publicité

Facebook utilisera VOTRE historique de navigation pour adapter sa publicité | Machines Pensantes | Scoop.it
Facebook fait le choix d'utiliser votre historique de navigation pour vous proposer de la publicité mieux ciblée.

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Alexis Gilbert's curator insight, June 14, 2014 3:46 AM

Facebook ne s'en cache pas et annonce que notre historique de recherche sera utilisé pour proposer des publicités plus adaptées.

Il ne tient qu'à nous de s'en protéger, ou d'accepter ce constat et de profiter de publicités qui conviennent à nos gouts!

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Cahier de tendances: culture et numérique en 2012

Cahier de tendances: culture et numérique en 2012 | Machines Pensantes | Scoop.it

Parmi les 220 articles publiés en 2012, nous avons sélectionné les principales innovations en matière de numérique culturel. Celles-ci sont classées en 8 tendances.


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Antenna International's curator insight, February 13, 2013 6:30 AM

Les 8 tendances :
- Application mobile pour le jeune public et les familles,
- Communication et médiation par la gamification,
- Les photographies amateures au musée,
- Co-création de contenus avec le visiteur,
- Développer la créativité du visiteur par le numérique,
- Reconstituer le patrimoine par les outils virtuels,
- Les musées sur petit et grand écran,
- Le musée hors les murs.

Digital Research's curator insight, February 17, 2013 6:22 AM

Les 8 tendances :

- Application mobile pour le jeune public et les familles,

- Communication et médiation par la gamification,

- Les photographies amateures au musée,

- Co-création de contenus avec le visiteur,

- Développer la créativité du visiteur par le numérique,

- Reconstituer le patrimoine par les outils virtuels,

- Les musées sur petit et grand écran,

- Le musée hors les murs.

Valerie Bauwens's curator insight, February 18, 2013 3:45 AM

With digitalisation, the public seems to have always more a voice

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This Amazing Accessory TURNS Your iPad Into a 3-D Scanner

This Amazing Accessory TURNS Your iPad Into a 3-D Scanner | Machines Pensantes | Scoop.it
More than a cool gadget, the team at Occipital hopes to create a platform that will give smartphones and tablets a new set of super powers.

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Jed Fisher's curator insight, September 19, 2013 11:31 AM

This is unreal - having the ability to scan to millimeter precision is incredibly powerful. It's like having a precise Kinect attached to your iPad. Watch the video to see a bunch of really useful use cases. When it comes to 3D scanning and 3D Augmented Reality this is a major game changer.
I'm going to try to order one today - if you are curious about working with this platform - let me know. 

Maciej Lichoń's comment, September 23, 2013 1:16 AM
Really made my day! I wonder if with the use of haptix stereo camera it would be possible to improve the results even further and get all the material information.
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Contextual Intelligence: Smart Phones To Become BIG BROTHER?

Contextual Intelligence: Smart Phones To Become BIG BROTHER? | Machines Pensantes | Scoop.it

Say goodbye to privacy: In the future, advertisers, app makers, the government, and even our employers might be able to assess our personalities and react based on what we do with our phones.

 

Oliver Brdiczka, a manager at PARC, is working on contextual intelligence. The research, he hopes, will allow enterprises and the government to use data that is accumulated as we use our mobile phones. The data mined from our email messages, Facebook conversations, and sensors in the phone can be used for a variety of purposes, including intelligence, marketing and app design, even employee relations. In other words, owning a smart phone with this capability will be like having a spy ratting out your thoughts to the government.

 

For instance, PARC is working on a project that predicts a person's personality through their online behavior. The idea, Brdiczka said, is to market this data to enterprises, who want to know people's intent for targeted advertising or developing content customization. (...)

 

"Imagine a device that immediately lights up when you hold it in your hand and offers you the five most likely things you were going to do next: call your co-worker, drive to the meeting you're about to have, book a dinner or catch up on that article that you wanted to read," said Cue CEO Daniel Gross. "We'll be able to breathe life into our current phones, which currently only do things when we explicitly tell them every detail of what we want to do."


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