Tagged as: big data
Opening of the Resonances III Exhibition – DATAMI
Datami is an exhibition of 24 artworks created by selected artists in close collaboration with scientists and policymakers. The datami is a 'data tatami': a place of concentration, of rest and repose against the digital onslaught, a unit of measurement of digital freedom.
Resonances III Datami
The Resonances Festival celebrates the work of the JRC on a specific theme. This year's theme, Big Data/AI/Digital Transformation is seen through the prism of Datami. After the 2018 Summer School, 24 artists have worked with JRC scientists on a unique artwork blending JRC science with their art.
AI and Humanities workshop
In line with the datami concept – to bring rest and repose against the digital onslaught – the idea is to organise an investigation into the cultural aspects of Big Data/AI/Digital Transformation, calling upon the Humanities to shed some light beyond the blind spot of technological progress, to help us out in avoiding mass delusions and close the gap with computational machines that are supposed to carry out their own embedded desires.
Big Data Analysis and perception of digital space through a complex multimedia system
The idea of this project consists in the development of a multimedia system with two main purposes: entertaining the people with music accompained by catchy visuals, and make them think about the influence that the analysis of Big Data has in our lives.
Resonances Festival 2019
EUROPEAN COMMISSION DIRECTORATE-GENERAL JOINT RESEARCH CENTRE Directorate A – Strategy and Work Programme Coordination (Ispra/Brussels) Scientific Development European Commission, Via Enrico Fermi 2749, I-21027 Ispra (Varese) - Italy. Telephone: (39)0332-78-9111. Commission européenne, B-1049 Bruxelles / Europese Commissie, B-1049 Brussel - Belgium. Telephone: (32-2) 299 11 11. Open Call for Artists to the Summer School leading to the 2019 Resonances III Festival Introduction The...
Forensics of the Digital: Examining the Source Code at EVA London 2017
Established in London in 1990, the EVA London conference, part of the international conference series EVA - Electronic Visualisation and the Arts - continuously grows in diversity of themes presented, each theme opening up a variety of complementary points of view, thus stimulating thorough questioning of the positions taken, even hesitation in choosing directions of further development.
After the afterglow (Transmediale14). For an undisciplined research
[ITA] Quest’anno i riflettori di transmediale14 sono stati puntati sui dispositivi di sorveglianza: privacy, Big Data e ubiquitous computing. [ENG] This year the spotlights of transmediale14 were focused on monitoring devices: privacy, ubiquitos computing and big data.