Digital Communities

Sou membro há anos do comitê internacional para o prêmio Digital Communities do Ars Electronica. Como todo ano, indico projetos para serem avaliados. Se souberem de algum interessante, por favor, me façam saber. Submissão até 02 de março. Vejam link.

The “Digital Communities” category focuses on the wide-ranging social and artistic impact of the Internet technology as well as on the latest developments in social software, user generated content, mobile communications and location based services. Continue reading “Digital Communities”

Salvador, Cidade Inteligente?

Artigo recém-publicado na revista Eco-Pos, da UFRJ, com edição de Janice Caiafa

LEMOS, André. JESUS, Raniê Solarevisky de. Salvador inteligente? Comunicação, invisibilidade e operação manual em experiências de IoT na capital baiana. Revista Ecopós, Vol. 20, n. 03, Novembro/ dezembro de 2017, p. 66-92.

Resumo: O texto apresenta e analisa algumas experiências com Internet das Coisas (Internet of Things, IoT) em Salvador. Semáforos inteligentes, Continue reading “Salvador, Cidade Inteligente?”

ABCIBER e Campus Festival

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Na próxima semana participo de dois eventos muito interessantes sobre cultura digital.

Dia 03/12 falo na ABCIBER, em São Paulo, e no dia 06/12 no Campus Festival, em João Pessoa. Cruzando o Brasil para as diversas facetas da cibercultura.

Fui gentilmente convidado pelo meu colega Vinícius Andrade Pereira, Presidente da ABCIBER e pelo Will Fonseca, produtor executivo do Campus Festival. Vou falar de internet, redes sociais federadas, objetos, teoria ator-rede.

As duas programações parecem bem interessantes, cada uma com a sua particularidade. Os programas dos eventos estão disponíveis nos seus respectivos sites: ABCIBER e Campus Festival

Confiram e participem!

City slicker: Data are slowly changing the way cities operate | Economist

WAITING for a bus on a drizzly winter morning is miserable. But for London commuters Citymapper, an app, makes it a little more bearable. Users enter their destination into a search box and a range of different ways to get there pop up, along with real-time information about when a bus will arrive or when the next Tube will depart. The app is an example of how data are changing the way people view and use cities. Local governments are gradually starting to catch up.

 

Nearly all big British cities have started to open up access to their data. On October 23rd the second version of the London Datastore, a huge trove of information on everything from crime statistics to delays on the Tube, was launched. In April Leeds City council opened an online “Data Mill” which contains raw data on such things as footfall in the city centre, the number of allotment sites or visits to libraries. Manchester also releases chunks of data on how the city region operates. …

Source: www.economist.com

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Bigger, Better, Faster, Stronger: The Future of Big Data

Can I put this way?

Big Data is not only about big or about data, but a network of things (data that matters) that can produce meaning about something unexpected driven (in volume, variety and velocity) by intelligent new questions.

See the post bellow:

“[W]e can rebuild him. We have the technology. We have the capability to make the world’s first bionic man. Steve Austin will be that man. Better than he was before. Better. Stronger.

Source: www.cmswire.com

Can I put that way? "Big Data is not only about big or about data, but a network of things (data that matters) that can produce meaning about something unexpected driven (in volume, variety and velocity) by intelligent new questions".

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