AlterEgo: A Personalized Wearable Silent Speech Interface — MIT Media Lab
We present a wearable interface that allows a user to silently converse with a computing device without any voice or any discernible movements - thereby enabling the user to communicate with devices, AI assistants, applications or other people in a silent, concealed and seamless manner.
wearable 
10 days ago
DTA goes cold on blockchain - InnovationsAus.com
The Digital Transformation Agency appears less than impressed with blockchain’s current capabilities after it was given $700,000 in budget funding to investigate the technology.

After its initial research, the federal government’s digital office has found that blockchain is at the “top of a hype cycle” and is currently less effective than other existing technologies in delivering government services.
blockchain 
10 days ago
Semantic Interoperability: Are you training your AI by mixing data sources that look the same but aren’t?
Semantic Interoperability: Are you training your AI by mixing data sources that look the same but aren’t?
ai 
11 days ago
Home | Solid
Solid was created by the inventor of the World Wide Web, Sir Tim Berners-Lee. Its mission is to reshape the web as we know it. Solid will foster a new breed of applications with capabilities above and beyond anything that exists today.
8 weeks ago
Carlo
nice cartoon seen on Norwegian
8 weeks ago
The problem with Puffin crossings | As Easy As Riding A Bike
e rules for zebra crossings state that if there is an island, then the crossing should be treated as two crossings, but in general, regular traffic/pedestrian signals don’t reproduce this (at least not in London). In other words, a central island/reservation means one thing in a zebra crossing and anothe
transport  traffic  roads 
11 weeks ago
Project Jupyter | Home
open science open notebooks labbooks
development  programming  research  science 
june 2018
Home page | LERU
League of European Research Universities
universities 
june 2018
NFAIS Advances
Digital Research Objects: The Underpinnings of the New Scholarly Record
article  Scholarly_Communication 
june 2018
OSF Preprints | The Scholarly Commons - principles and practices to guide research communication
Despite all available technology and despite major disruptions that the internet brought about in many sectors of modern life, scholarly communication has only seen change at glacial pace. Many useful, laudable tools and services are being developed to solve specific issues for particular domain groups. However, the question of how these efforts fit together remains largely unaddressed. If we have alternative models for all parts of the system, will that result in a coherent system? Will it be interoperable? Will it appeal to people as viable alternative? Will it be open and participatory for all?

The solution we propose is that of a scholarly commons: a set of principles and rules for the community of researchers and other stakeholders to ascribe to, the practices based on those principles, and the common pool of resources around which the principles and practices revolve. The tenets of the scholarly commons are that research and knowledge should be freely available to all who wish to use or reuse it (open, FAIR and citable), participation in the production and use of knowledge should be open to all who wish to participate, and there should be no systemic barriers and disincentives to prevent either such free use or open participation.

In this paper, we outline the backgrounds of the idea of the scholarly commons and the various considerations that play a role in defining it. We share the principles of the scholarly commons and the degrees of freedom interpreting those principles, and consider the broader landscape of ideas and charters that the scholarly commons fits into. Finally, we present a call for action to involve like-minded people in the discussion on how to bring such a commons to fruition, and what this would mean for different communities within science and scholarship.
Scholarly_Communication 
march 2018
Manifold Scholarship
Welcome to Manifold. An Intuitive, collaborative, open-source platform for scholarly publishing
Scholarly_Communication  app  writing 
february 2018
appear.in – one click video conversations
appear.in is a video collaboration tool that lets you have video conversations effortlessly. PRO supports up to 12 people simultaneously. Create a room with no required registration. Upgrade the room to PRO to customize it and for more great features.
video  conference 
february 2018
The Forum Network, hosted by the OECD | Bridging dividesBridging divides
Over the past 15 years, the OECD Forum has grown to become a major international conference that debates the most pressing social and economic challenges confronting society. At the OECD Forum, policies and ideas are shared by a growing community of leaders and influencers from government, business, civil society and academia. This site is designed to allow the OECD Forum community to extend their discussions and exchanges year-round and to expand the network to include those who cannot attend the conference in person.

The Forum Network is open for anyone to browse, read and share its content. To comment and contribute, you will need to join the network as a Friend - anyone may join. Friends are able to post comments and to ask questions (comments and questions will be moderated) and you may be invited to become a contributor.
february 2018
Sharing Content
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journals 
january 2018
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