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Useful - UX Design Thinking for #Transmedia

Useful - UX Design Thinking for #Transmedia | Ouverture d'esprit sur des mondes en devenir | Scoop.it
"You cannot create experience. You must undergo it." -Albert Camus Before launching into the topic of this article, it’s necessary to lay out very clear definitions of what exactly UX and Transmedi...

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Quote "The often collaborative, cross-media writing for transmedia has parallels to information architecture in UX design. Writing and editing a story and developing characters, figuring out to best tell the narrative on which mediums, is similar to the process of organizing information and designing simple user interfaces. Again, this is an iterative process, and using a UX design approach to writing narratives in transmedia can lead to better, more effective storytelling by constantly taking a user-centric mindset. What elements of the story are best told via video, electronic game, social media, etc? Rather than thinking of this as screenwriting, it can be thought of as narrative design."

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Big Data, Big Brother & Singapore as a social harmony experiment FP

Big Data, Big Brother & Singapore as a social harmony experiment FP | Ouverture d'esprit sur des mondes en devenir | Scoop.it
In October 2002, Peter Ho, the permanent secretary of defense for the tiny island city-state of Singapore, paid a visit to the offices of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), the U.S. Defense Department's R&D outfit best known for developing the M16 rifle, stealth aircraft technology, and the Internet. Ho didn't want to talk about military hardware. Rather, he had made the daylong plane trip to meet with retired Navy Rear Adm. John Poindexter, one of DARPA's then-senior program directors and a former national security advisor to President Ronald Reagan. Ho had heard that Poindexter was running a novel experiment to harness enormous amounts of electronic information and analyze it for patterns of suspicious activity -- mainly potential terrorist attacks.

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quote "But in less than 50 years, Singapore has achieved extraordinary success. Despite the government's quasi-socialistic cradle-to-grave care, the city-state is enthusiastically pro-business, and a 2012 reportranked it as the world's wealthiest country, based on GDP per capita. Singapore's port handles 20 percent of the world's shipping containers and nearly half of the world's crude oil shipments; its airport is the principal air-cargo hub for all of Southeast Asia; and thousands of corporations have placed their Asian regional headquarters there. This economic rise might be unprecedented in the modern era, yet the more Singapore has grown, the more Singaporeans fear loss. The colloquial word kiasu, which stems from a vernacular Chinese word that means "fear of losing," is a shorthand by which natives concisely convey the sense of vulnerability that seems coded into their social DNA (as well as their anxiety about missing out -- on the best schools, the best jobs, the best new consumer products). Singaporeans' boundless ambition is matched only by their extreme aversion to risk.

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Legal? Britain Launches 'Big Brother' System, Uploads One Third of Population to Facial Recognition Database

Legal? Britain Launches 'Big Brother' System, Uploads One Third of Population to Facial Recognition Database | Ouverture d'esprit sur des mondes en devenir | Scoop.it
21WIRE + BBC | Far from tracking criminals, the new system may eventually be used to track and monitor anyone with 'anti-government' views.

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Gary Hayes's curator insight, February 8, 2015 8:27 AM

Quote "No one in the media has asked exactly where the UK police have acquired 18 million facial mug-shots that have already been cross-referenced with a valid ID. It’s obvious that the easiest available tranche for lifting that many photos and match ID is from the British airports and ports of entry, like Heathrow, Gatwick, Stanstead, Manchester, Birmingham and Glasgow Airports. If this is the case, then legally, should all travelers in and out of the UK be notified that they will be tracked by British police while inside the country (we sincerely hope that both mainstream media and civil rights advocates will do their jobs and follow-up on that question)."

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MOOC : déjà 35 000 inscrits dans les écoles virtuelles françaises

MOOC : déjà 35 000 inscrits dans les écoles virtuelles françaises | Ouverture d'esprit sur des mondes en devenir | Scoop.it
La ministre de l’Enseignement supérieur s’est réjouie de l’enthousiasme suscité par l’ouverture des MOOC, les cours en lignes gratuits, dispensés par plusieurs grandes écoles françaises dont l’Institut Mines-Télécom ou l’Ecole Centrale par exemple.
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6 Steps to Creating a Compelling Content Strategy

6 Steps to Creating a Compelling Content Strategy | Ouverture d'esprit sur des mondes en devenir | Scoop.it
Content marketing is one of the most effective ways to reach your customer today, regardless if your business is focused on B2B or B2C.

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Stefano Principato's curator insight, November 22, 2013 9:47 AM

Define what formula works best for your business by continually testing, optimizing and listening to your audience to better inform the content you’re creating. The formula for success when it comes to content is different for every business, which is why there is often trial and error involved when it comes to communicating with your audience.

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'The Future is built on intelligent connections' Branding Future is Touching Stories not Tech - FastCo

'The Future is built on intelligent connections' Branding Future is Touching Stories not Tech - FastCo | Ouverture d'esprit sur des mondes en devenir | Scoop.it
It's not about selling it's about giving control to the people.

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Gary Hayes's curator insight, November 14, 2013 3:43 PM

Quote "“Customers want to buy what they need and not a bit more,” Ormrod said. “Also, they want to understand what they’re buying. As consumers develop a taste for the new from freshly-hatched web companies without excess baggage, established brands are turning toward a new model for innovation, often called Labs. Smaller, more agile and often beyond the usual rules of a company, Labs are expected to drive innovation to market from within a traditional company to allow them to compete with new brands. The new consumer is better connected, forms opinions faster and has a better understanding of how systems work.” This new knowledge can come paired with distrust toward traditional brands in favor of those born on the web."

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Researchers develop new cloaking technology using nano antennas

Researchers develop new cloaking technology using nano antennas | Ouverture d'esprit sur des mondes en devenir | Scoop.it

Two researchers at the University of Toronto have found a new way to cloak an object using tiny antennas. They're not making objects invisible to the human eye but making them undetectable by radar.

 

The nanoantennas they used radiate an electromagnetic field that prevents waves from reflecting back to the radar detector. The small antennas can be even printed flat to create a flexible skin for the desired object.

 

While the technology only works for radio waves at the moment, the researchers say the same principles could be applied to other waves such as light waves, which could potentially hide an object from the human eye...


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Sepp Hasslberger's curator insight, November 15, 2013 1:03 PM

Nanoantennas can deviate electromagnetic waves, and hide what's behind them to Radar and in the future perhaps to sight. 

I guess they could also be adapted to protect electrosensitive people from incoming waves that trigger discomfort ... 

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À quoi sert le web sémantique, en Histoire et Philosophie des ...

À quoi sert le web sémantique, en Histoire et Philosophie des ... | Ouverture d'esprit sur des mondes en devenir | Scoop.it
Web sémantique et web des données représentent une nouvelle vision du web reposant sur un ensemble de techniques. Proposé par Tim-Berners Lee et le W3C (l'organisme qui spécifie l'architecture du web), le web ...
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GEAB N°72 La réalité ou l’anticipation de l’effondrement du Dollar oblige le monde à se réorganiser sur de nouvelles bases.

GEAB N°72  La réalité ou l’anticipation de l’effondrement du Dollar oblige le monde à se réorganiser sur de nouvelles bases. | Ouverture d'esprit sur des mondes en devenir | Scoop.it

INQUIÉTANT ? En tout cas, le GEAB avait anticipé dès début 2007 la "crise systémique" des banques..Le gouvernement américain semble lui-même s'attendre à des troubles et à de nombreuses violences : tout d'abord il arme de 7000 fusils d'assaut son département de sécurité intérieure (Department of Homeland Security) (14), puis Obama signe un texte permettant l'exécution pure et simple d'Américains représentant une vague « menace imminente » (15) au grand dam d’une partie de l’opinion publique US… Bientôt des exécutions "préventives" dans la grande démocKrassie ?

 

 


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L’internet des objets se programme grâce à de simples requêtes sémantiques. | L'Atelier: Disruptive innovation

L’internet des objets se programme grâce à de simples requêtes sémantiques. | L'Atelier: Disruptive innovation | Ouverture d'esprit sur des mondes en devenir | Scoop.it
Aujourd’hui réservée aux seuls spécialistes du domaine, la programmation de middlewares à l’origine de la création d’application pourrait bien se démocratiser.

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OCTO talks ! » L’école 3.0 : le renouveau du e-learning

OCTO talks ! » L’école 3.0 : le renouveau du e-learning | Ouverture d'esprit sur des mondes en devenir | Scoop.it

Le blog d'OCTO Technology, cabinet d'architectes en systèmes d'information


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Sera-t-on bientôt embauché grâce aux Mooc?

Sera-t-on bientôt embauché grâce aux Mooc? | Ouverture d'esprit sur des mondes en devenir | Scoop.it
Les Mooc, ces cours en ligne ouverts à tous, se développent en France. Les recruteurs vont-ils snober ces formations sans diplôme? Ou acheter les données des participants pour "chasser" les meilleurs?

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The point in history where we loose control of the machines?! MIT's AR What Robots Are Thinking - IEEE

The point in history where we loose control of the machines?! MIT's AR What Robots Are Thinking - IEEE | Ouverture d'esprit sur des mondes en devenir | Scoop.it
On some level, it should be possible to trace back every decision a robot makes to some line of code. This is part of what’s so nice about robots: there’s a sense that everything they do is both understandable, and controllable. It’s different in practice, of course, but the idea here is that by seeing in real-time when and how a robot decides to take the actions that it does, it’ll be a lot simpler to debug and get it doing things that reliably make sense.

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Quote "On some level, it should be possible to trace back every decision a robot makes to some line of code. This is part of what’s so nice about robots: there’s a sense that everything they do is both understandable, and controllable. It’s different in practice, of course, but the idea here is that by seeing in real-time when and how a robot decides to take the actions that it does, it’ll be a lot simpler to debug and get it doing things that reliably make sense."

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Big Data to become Huge Data, Companies need a BD strategy & other major tech trends for 2015

Big Data to become Huge Data, Companies need a BD strategy & other major tech trends for 2015 | Ouverture d'esprit sur des mondes en devenir | Scoop.it
Hybrid cloud will also take major steps forward

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Gary Hayes's curator insight, February 2, 2015 7:22 PM

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Big data can be a powerful tool for many businesses, in all sectors. Government agencies can use it to understand where social services need to be concentrated most, yet musicians can also use big data to work out which songs to play at their concerts, based on Spotify or other streaming music site data.

The opportunity is there, and companies know they need a big data strategy. Some have cracked it, some haven't, but it's clear that this will only improve, and there are certainly plenty of tech companies lining up to deliver a solution to the problem."

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MOOC : déjà 35 000 inscrits dans les écoles virtuelles françaises

MOOC : déjà 35 000 inscrits dans les écoles virtuelles françaises | Ouverture d'esprit sur des mondes en devenir | Scoop.it
La ministre de l’Enseignement supérieur s’est réjouie de l’enthousiasme suscité par l’ouverture des MOOC, les cours en lignes gratuits, dispensés par plusieurs grandes écoles françaises dont l’Institut Mines-Télécom ou l’Ecole Centrale par exemple.
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Full HD Videoconferencing, Recording and Collaboration with TrueConf

Full HD Videoconferencing, Recording and Collaboration with TrueConf | Ouverture d'esprit sur des mondes en devenir | Scoop.it

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Robin Good's curator insight, July 17, 2013 9:16 AM



TrueConf is a new free videoconferencing web app which provides three-way video conferences for OS X, Windows and iOS users.


TrueConf also integrates other additonal collaboration features, including:

  • video recording
  • whiteboard
  • file transfer.


Paid plans integrate access to multipoint video conferences with up to 120 users and additional features like:

  • remote desktop control 
  • screen sharing
  • presentation support. 


The UI mimicks the Windows 8 tiled interface and video windows support 1080p resolutions and a 16:9 aspect ratio across all video modes.  




More info: http://trueconf.com


Features: http://trueconf.com/videoconferencing-features/


Pricing: http://trueconf.com/purchase/


Download (Win, OSX, iOS, Android): http://trueconf.com/downloads/



malek's curator insight, July 17, 2013 9:58 AM

Multiple various video conferencing types through TrueConf


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must check out...

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The open Source Nova Neal Compression Engine - self sustaining, heat and pressure driven (with video 10min)

The open Source Nova Neal Compression Engine - self sustaining, heat and pressure driven (with video 10min) | Ouverture d'esprit sur des mondes en devenir | Scoop.it

In 1936, an inventor by the name of Robert Neal obtained a patent from the US Patent Office for an engine whose medium of exchange was compressed air, which was self-sustaining once it got started.The patent application was initially denied because "perpetual motion" was a category of application that the patent office had decided they would not respond to. So, as the story goes, Mr. Neal packed up his engine, took it to Washington [D.C.], put it on the desk of the patent commissioner, turned it on, and demonstrated it, after which, he got his patent.The story about what happened to the engine is a matter of record. Eventually, because of interference from people who wanted his engine and who kidnapped his daughter as a way of compelling him to relinquish it, he agreed that he would disassemble the engine and distribute the parts and not make it any more.In the 75 years since that happened, to the best of our knowledge, no one has succeeded in either identifying the specific set of principles that made it work, or recapitulating the engine or in a newer or similar kind of design.After about 10 years of research on this process, we know how his engine worked, and we understand the principles that are involved. And [with what] we have available today, with 21st century technologies and materials, [we have the ability] to operationalize what he created with much cruder materials a long time ago.


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Sepp Hasslberger's curator insight, October 5, 2013 8:06 AM

Can our machinery be made to be self-sustaining, i.e. to operate without fuel input? Apparently there are ways to do this. 

Unfortunately patents, originally intended to protect the inventor, are also a way to suppress new technologies from ever getting out to the public...

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Li-Fi: Data transmission using visible light instead of microwaves

Li-Fi: Data transmission using visible light instead of microwaves | Ouverture d'esprit sur des mondes en devenir | Scoop.it

UK researchers say they have achieved data transmission speeds of 10Gbit/s via “li-fi” – wireless internet connectivity using light. The researchers used a micro-LED to transmit 3.5Gbit/s via each of the three primary colours – red, green, blue – combined that makes over 10Gbit/s.

 

Li-fi, or “light fidelity”, promises to be cheaper and more energy-efficient than existing wireless radio systems given the ubiquity of LED bulbs and the fact that lighting infrastructure is already in place.

 

Such a technique could one day work with existing (LED) light bulbs, promising higher speeds than current WiFi and increased security — since visible light can’t penetrate solid objects like walls...


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Sepp Hasslberger's curator insight, November 4, 2013 10:16 AM

Such a technology could take over from WiFi and be not only faster and more secure, but also be more compatible with human health as it eliminates microwaves.

Concerns over adverse health effects are hindering WiFi adoption in schools. 

Patrick Bourdages's curator insight, November 21, 2013 9:08 AM

Après le Wifi voici le Li-Fi......

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Robotics: The Future of the Internet of Things

Robotics: The Future of the Internet of Things | Ouverture d'esprit sur des mondes en devenir | Scoop.it
What if robots can make you more productive at work and enjoy more leisure time at home? Find out how the Internet of Things can make this happen. (Computers and robots can solve problems in limited realms.

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Richard Platt's curator insight, November 23, 2013 5:14 PM

Not all that new of a technology, many years ago was using a less sophiticated version of this in college, but perhaps this technology is going to go mainstream.  What do you think, is there an application for this in what you do?

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Slides de mon intervention lors du Makolab Semantic Day 2013 ...

Slides de mon intervention lors du Makolab Semantic Day 2013 ... | Ouverture d'esprit sur des mondes en devenir | Scoop.it
The importance of the Web for the Semantic Web from Alexandre Monnin. Merci encore à Mirek Sopek pour son invitation et à toutes celles et ceux qui ont assisté ou participé à cet événement très réussi.
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Les jobs qui vont monter... et ceux qui vont disparaître

Les jobs qui vont monter... et ceux qui vont disparaître | Ouverture d'esprit sur des mondes en devenir | Scoop.it
Technologies ­numériques, écologie, vieillissement de la population vont révolutionner le marché du travail.

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La Grammaire d'IEML

La Grammaire d'IEML | Ouverture d'esprit sur des mondes en devenir | Scoop.it
Consacré à la Grammaire d'IEML (en français), cette annexe à La sphère sémantique possède un contenu essentiellement formel et technique.
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luiy's curator insight, November 13, 2013 1:29 PM

Enfin, j’indique la manière dontl’intelligence algorithmique en général et IEML en particulier vont outiller l’économie de l’information. Le tome 2 explique en détail ma théorie sémantique de la cognition. Elle montre dans un deuxième temps comment cette théorie peut être formalisée et rendue calculable. Comme je l’ai dit, la calculabilité d’IEML est la pierre angulaire de l’intelligence algorithmique. On dira qu’IEML est calculable à deux conditions : (1) si son système de signifiants répond à un groupe de transformations calculables et (2) si l’on peut transformer automatiquement ses signifiants en signifiés et vice versa. Or les signifiants d’IEML sont les expressions d’une algèbre commutative (un langage régulier fini) et ses signifiés sont des réseaux sémantiques (aussi complexes que l’on voudra) en langues natu- relles. Puisque les signifiants d’IEML sont les expressions d’une algèbre commutative, alors la première condition est remplie. Examinons maintenant la seconde condition. Deux facteurs agissant de concert assurent la traduction automatique réciproque entre les signifiants et les signifiés d’IEML :

 

1) un dictionnaire établissant une correspondance entre termes en IEML et termes en langues naturelles

 

2) une grammaire spécifiant toutes les étapes du calcul qui mène d’une ex- pression algébrique IEML à un réseau sémantique en langue naturelle. Le calcul grammatical a évidemment besoin des données du dictionnaire pour arriver à ses fins.

 

La dernière partie du tome 2 expose les grands principes du dictionnaire d’IEML et fournit de nombreux exemples de paradigmes terminologiques. La construction du dictionnaire multilingue d’IEML est une entreprise de longue haleine. On trouvera en ligne sa dernière version en 2014.

Leoncio Lopez-Ocon's curator insight, November 14, 2013 3:58 PM

La Gramática de IEML, anexo a La esfera semántica de Pierre Levy

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Livre Blanc : "Les technologies sémantiques. Quel avenir pour l'entreprise ?"

Livre Blanc : "Les technologies sémantiques. Quel avenir pour l'entreprise ?" | Ouverture d'esprit sur des mondes en devenir | Scoop.it

"L’information, structurée et surtout non structurée, qui a foisonné de manière quasi-géométrique en volume, en nature, en variété, au sein du Si, est d’autant plus porteuse pour l’entreprise de valeur et de performance qu’elle interagit, désormais, avec la gigantesque masse de données externes, majoritairement issues du Web. On retrouve bien sûr en corollaire les problématiques de Big data, d’Open data, de référencement, de recherche et d’analyse, le besoin d’interagir avec l’information au plus près de sa source en utilisant des terminaux de toute sorte, smartphones, tablettes, qui ont également généralisé les interfaces disruptives, tactiles, voix, gestes.
Au travers ce livre blanc, nous avons souhaité vous présenter un état des lieux du domaine des technologies sémantiques, ainsi que leurs cas d’application en entreprise. Nous l’avons conçu comme un outil pragmatique permettant aux décideurs de mieux comprendre les bénéfices de ce type de solutions et de s'orienter vers celle(s) correspondant, le mieux, aux besoins de leur organisation."

 

 


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La technologie BiBOARD s'ouvre à l'analyse sémantique grâce à ... - Decideo

La technologie BiBOARD s'ouvre à l'analyse sémantique grâce à ... - Decideo | Ouverture d'esprit sur des mondes en devenir | Scoop.it
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BiBOARD poursuit sa stratégie de développement auprès des éditeurs logiciels, et plus spécifiquement des éditeurs Rhône-alpins.
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