This is me looks small standing near a slide from my presentation at the huevent’14 workshop. This was kind of a keynote talk so I could talk for an hour (which is better than a typical conference talk of 20 minutes). My talk is similar to some recent talks and can be found on slideshare.
One new thing is that I have cited a recent post by Chris Curan entitled: “12 hurdles hampering the Internet of Things”. There is also a position paper co-authored with Fabiana Fournier that is available through the ACM digital library.
An interesting keynote given by Ramesh Jain on storytelling. Ramesh views a story as a flow of events. This is an interesting concept. I guess that the relationship among events is a function of the genre. For documentary story events are coming in a sequence of chronological order, in a detective story, the crime is an event, and later events are relating backwards to previous events in the way to solve the mystery. Other stories have other patterns. This is an interesting topic to investigate further, and I’ll continue to do so in the framework of the work on creative skills which is part of the agenda of my institute. More about this – later
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