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04/04/2011 - 21:08
March report of the RFID Security and Privacy Lounge: The Information Security Group (GSI) of the UCL (Louvain-la-Neuve,Belgium) seeks Post-Doc applicants in the area of Information Security or Cryptography for up to 18 months, starting as soon as possible. Requests and applications should be sent along with a curriculum vitae and at least two...
04/04/2011 - 15:14
On February 3rd 2011 took place the Kick-off meeting of the European Commission funded FP7 project BURBA: Bottom Up selection, collection and management of URBAn waste. The aim of the BURBA project is to develop an automatic system to be used for intelligent waste management. The system consists of intelligent waste containers and an IT tool for...
02/04/2011 - 10:11
RvK: Stanza, you were among the first internet artists. What would you say is the most important philosophical step (if we can think in terms of 'progress', or 'going somewhere') that you have taken in this period? "In the last twenty years there has been a significant shift in audio visual artists’ practise from linear expressions, to interactive...
30/03/2011 - 21:32
Barcelona SmartCity International Award has been created to identify solutions or projects that clearly contribute to improving municipal services for managing the city in order to make Barcelona a city of the future: a city with a high quality of life which is competitive, sustainable and has an innovative, flexible, efficient administration....
29/03/2011 - 21:24
Currently Pachube is doing Real-Time Radiation Monitoring in Japan: "radiation data has been pouring into the system while our community has been coming together to build how-to's and docs so people can get up and running. Open hardware and open data is coming together here to do what authorities couldn't do nearly as fast: a national real...
29/03/2011 - 17:04
Jim Pinto: The Internet of Things (April 2011): "The Internet of Things is likely to have a staggering impact on our daily lives and become an inherent part of areas such as electricity distribution, transportation, industrial controls, utilities management, healthcare, water resources management, and oil and gas distribution....Sensors and...
24/03/2011 - 10:32
Active Environments  is a system developed on the idea of networked  environments that could help us see environmental problems in areas chosen by its users. It was created by Mia Kos, a student of Interaction Design master at IDAT, in Barcelona, Spain. She is an IDAT 1st Interaction Design Contest winner. Mia asked:  Did you...
23/03/2011 - 22:36
Martin Pot: "Towards a New Kind of Building is a clear description on an integrated way of building, where two paradigm shifts take centre stage: from architecture based on mass production to architecture based on industrially produced made-to-measure components, and from a static architecture to a dynamic and interactive architecture....
23/03/2011 - 22:17
Council is a Knowledge Partner: 3rd Annual Internet of Things Europe 2011: Bridging the divide between policy and realitySAVE THE DATE: 28th and 29th June 2011 - Central BrusselsNow in its third year, The Internet of Things Europe Conference, run with the support of the European Comission, will bring together top level speakers from industry, EU...
20/03/2011 - 09:21
John Naughton on the internet of things: "This emerging technological nirvana raises two disturbing problems. The first is that all computer programs have bugs, and bugginess increases with program size. The probability that your car's software has nasty surprises embedded in it is probably much higher than the industry thinks – as Toyota...
19/03/2011 - 09:56
Thanks to a small chip (NFC tag) incorporated in a card, which can be identified by a reader, real Facebook users will be able to use the service offline and to perform interactions coming from Facebook but in real life. Geoffroy Simon, COO of Getyoo said about the system “all processes are automated and interactions happen in real time, it’s a...
16/03/2011 - 15:33
Oliver Burkeman: "We've been hearing about this moment in digital history since at least 1988, when the Xerox technologist Mark Weiser coined the term "ubiquitous computing", referring to the point at which devices and systems would become so numerous and pervasive that "technology recedes into the background of our lives". (To be fair, Weiser...
15/03/2011 - 22:46
Things Live’s creators are two brothers John and Daniel Giraldo two young Colombians with 26 and 23 years old. What is your background, where did you grow up? : We grew up together in a small middle class neighborhood in Bogotá, Colombia. Since we were young, we shared a taste for study and develop artistic skills, those who discover later, would...
13/03/2011 - 09:38
Dewayne Hendricks: Internet Devices Become Collaborators: "We have more pervasive communication infrastructures that are faster.   They enable a lot of new things.  We've connected more people, but we  haven't connected more things yet.  To me, the next big tipping point is  the "internet of things".  Our...
12/03/2011 - 23:01
Hindustan Times: "A team of Indian-American scientists has developed a smart tracking system, which could very well provide an honourable alternative to the radio tags that were recently tied to the ankles of some Indian students whose California-based university was shut down on charges of visa fraud. "We want technology to be natural and...