With many of us living a good chunk of our lives online it may seem as if reality has become a whole lot bigger over the last few years. In one branch of theoretical physics, though, things seem to be going the other way.
FabFuse is a grassroots conference about peer production and free/libre alternatives for society. It is a 3 day event filled with lectures, debates and interactive workshops. As in previous years it will be co-created by the attendees.
Coding errors spark explosions, cripple interplanetary probes -- even kill people. Here are our picks for the 10 worst bugs ever. (The judging wasn't easy.) First of a three-part series by Simson Garfinkel. Plus: Interactive fun with bugs.
INSCRIPTION PERIOD: FORM 14 JULY 2015 UNTIL 15 SEPTEMBER 2015.
Any artist or collective resident in the European Union may participate in this open call. No other condition is considered necessary.
The first selection of the committee will be made public before 30 September. The project selected for execution will be announced 15 January 2016
RULES OF OPEN CALL (PDF)
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
ATA Grant for creation and artistic training with advanced technologies
The NewArtFoundation, with the support of Eurecat and funded by the Beep Electronic Art Collection, announces an open call for applicants for a research and artistic production grant for the 2105-2016 year.
Liz: Here’s another space-themed post from our friends at Wolfram Research, showing how the Wolfram Language can be used to visualize solar eclipses total and partial, past and present, and as seen from Earth, Mars and Jupiter. ____ You may have heard that on March 20 there was a solar eclipse. Depending on where you …
In the first competition the task is to built an learning environment (or Evolutionary Algorithms environment) that can reproduce as much as possible of the known tilings with the CMRT command list approach. The environment must be open source or at least freely available and all settings must be made public available without any restrictive licensing.
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