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The design of an international social media event: A day in the life of the digital humanities

Organisciak, Peter; Meredith-Lobay, Megan; Rockwell, Geoffrey; Ruecker, Stan; Nyhan, Julianne; Ranaweera, Kamal
2012
A Day in the Life of the Digital Humanities (Day of DH) is a community documentation project that brings together digital humanists from around the world to document what they do on one day, typically  ...  A Day in the Life of Digital Humanities addresses the question of definition by posing the question "what do we do" much as Ayers did.  ...  Participants This "About the Dataset" explanation of the Dataset in PDF. The XML Dataset as a single XML file. A directory with all the images linked to from the entries.  ... 
doi:10.7939/r3js9hn2v fatcat:ycvtxmqbxvfgdeadd2mreytzuy

iForgot: A model of forgetting in robotic memories

Cathal Gurrin, Hyowon Lee, Jer Hayes
2010 2010 5th ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction (HRI)  
In this paper we propose a model of memory for robots, based on human digital memories, though our model incorporates an element of forgetting to ensure that the robotic memory appears more human and therefore  ...  can address some of the challenges for human-robot interaction.  ...  To help alleviate some of the downsides of forgetting, research has progressed in the area of maintaining digital surrogates of a human memory which capture all life experience digitally in a HDM archive  ... 
doi:10.1109/hri.2010.5453255 fatcat:r22slqleqbduvok3frzagnflz4

Survival as a Digital Ghost

Eric Steinhart
2007 Minds and Machines  
You can survive after death in a digital ghost. We discuss a series of digital ghosts over the next fifty years.  ...  A digital ghost is an artificially intelligent program that knows all about your life. It is an animated auto-biography. It replicates your patterns of belief and desire.  ...  As you rate the photos, your ghosts builds a model of your preferences.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11023-007-9068-0 fatcat:dj7wqlkh5fcddibiinsostg4cy

Quantified Self - Digital Humanities Institute Beirut 2019

David Joseph Wrisley
2019 Zenodo  
This presentation stems from a ten-hour workshop in two parts that took place at the Digital Humanities Institute Beirut 2019 (3-6 May 2019) introducing participants to forms of self-quantification and  ...  tracking, the notion of datafication as well as a practicum about accessing and analyzing some of the data collected about them on the web.  ...  explore basic arguments in the contemporary context of self-tracking and the datafication of human life.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.2673204 fatcat:nrud6lcme5fo7dvob6lqgnmdzq

A Day in the Digital Life: A Preliminary Sousveillance Study

Gordon Fletcher, Marie Griffiths, Maria S Kutar
2011 Social Science Research Network  
There is a critical need to capture relevant activities in a holistic and interconnected manner in order to enable understanding of the societal implications.  ...  The reality is that the digital footprint is a significant research challenge to identify and then quantify.  ...  Capturing the totality of data events that occur during a Day in a Digital Life is the primary methodological challenge of our research.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1923629 fatcat:ub6fe75bwrbepbflk625dvklnm

Digital Anthropology in Work Life Rhythm

2019 VOLUME-8 ISSUE-10, AUGUST 2019, REGULAR ISSUE  
Intelligent technology has touched and improved upon almost every aspect of employee life cycle, Human resource is one of the areas, which has greatly benefited.  ...  In this paper, we suggest the artificial assistants focus on improving the rhythm of individual  ...  cognition for social human-robot interaction: An implementation 10 Hellstrom A,Condelius A,Willman A, Fagerstorm C(2015): Rhythm of unit in pace of life 11 Jason E Taylor,Apr 27, 2017:The Rhytym of life  ... 
doi:10.35940/ijitee.k1132.09811s19 fatcat:4xxfznd4vrbgza76enxmiojhu4

Computational Culture and A.I.: Challenging human identity and curatorial practice

Jonathan P. Bowen, Tula Giannini, Gareth Polmeer, Rachel Falconer, Arthur I. Miller, Stuart A Dunn
2020 Electronic Visualisation and the Arts London Conference  
This half-day Symposium explores themes of computational culture and artificial intelligence (AI) in the context of digital art especially, as well as digital culture and heritage in general.  ...  The increasing ubiquity of AI and machine learning raises questions for technology and art in the future, and for the transformations that have already occurred concerning technology and the nature of  ...  Acknowledgements The EVA London 2020 Symposium was supported as part of the EVA London 2020 Conference. Jonathan Bowen is grateful to Museophile Limited for financial support.  ... 
doi:10.14236/ewic/eva2020.1 dblp:conf/eva/BowenGPFMD20 fatcat:4agvdfetj5ccbojq7ulhj7cct4

Complexities of the Mundane: Recollections

Sandra Borges Tavares, Mikka Lene Pers-Hoejholt, Sanna Stegmaier, Christian Pentzold
2017 Polish Political Science Yearbook  
This was followed by a talk from Katherine Howells, PhD student at the Department of Digital Humanities at KCL, who analysed the relationship between the mundane and the culturally significant in Ministry  ...  The concept of mundane memories, explored in this workshop, aims at providing a lens through which it may be possible to examine or contemplate the largely ignored modes of day-to-day remembering that  ... 
doi:10.15804/ppsy2017217 fatcat:uykasefakrbetpkbe6qnan6jjy

Coded Communication: Digital Senses and Aesthetics, Merging Art and Life

Jonathan P. Bowen, Tula Giannini, Gareth Polmeer
2017 EVA London 2017  
This one-day symposium framed several central questions in digital practice and digital theory, examining historical and contemporary themes across art, science and the humanities.  ...  The symposium organisers invited a range of artists and theorists to discuss these themes, framed in the broader contexts of electronic visualisation and digital art of the EVA London conference.  ...  the ends of art in relation to other areas of human life.  ... 
doi:10.14236/ewic/eva2017.1 dblp:conf/eva/BowenGP17 fatcat:otlbzgfpjvaehpavspdkmbutny

Petal Saturation Affects Visible Flower Senescence in Cut Lilies

Hiroko Mochizuki-Kawai, Sanae Kishimoto, Yuji Wada, Tomohiro Masuda, Kazuo Ichimura
2012 Journal of the Japanese Society for Horticultural Science  
The chroma value started to decrease in association with a decline in total carotenoids from day 4 after anther dehiscence.  ...  We investigated the relationship between declines in ornamental value (visible flower senescence) as judged by human subjects and petal color throughout vase life using cut flowers of the yellow lily.  ...  Human rating with digital photos We took 3456 × 2304 pixel digital photos (Canon EOS Kiss Digital N, Tokyo, Japan) of six cut flowers every day.  ... 
doi:10.2503/jjshs1.81.350 fatcat:avmkbc6lqjfgde7ohom54crcty

The Political Economy of Death in the Age of Information: A Critical Approach to the Digital Afterlife Industry

Carl Öhman, Luciano Floridi
2017 Minds and Machines  
The findings expose the incentives of the DAI to alter what is referred to as the "informational bodies" of the dead, which in turn is to be seen as a violation of the principle of human dignity.  ...  First, we introduce the concept of the Digital Afterlife Industry (DAI), and define it as an object of study. Second, we identify the politico-economic interests of the DAI.  ...  In the DAI, remembrance of the dead becomes not only a matter of human sentiment, but also a matter of economic benefit.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11023-017-9445-2 fatcat:pwbvebi62zekrnflfliyiyakh4

EDUCATIONAL NETWORKING: HUMAN VIEW TO CYBER DEFENSE

Oleksandr Yu. Burov
2016 Ìnformacìjnì Tehnologì ì Zasobi Navčannâ  
The paper will introduce features of information society in respect of a human and corresponding changes in HF/E: (1) information becomes a tool, goal, mean and environment of a human activity, (2) it  ...  means of a human security and safety should be a part of information habitat, (4) networking environment becomes an independent actor in a human activity.  ...  Human Factors/Ergonomics in the digital world: human life, learning discipline, Human Factors/Ergonomics (HF/E) deals with different a human life and activity.  ... 
doi:10.33407/itlt.v52i2.1398 fatcat:prkieonvvzb6jpvozgvnaaoyra

Extended Time in the Digital Environment

Miklós Lehmann
2022 Papers in Arts and Humanities  
In other words, digital environment provides the possibility to extend the time for humanity. Is this extension a device for eternal life, or at least for a longer lifespan?  ...  Several aspects of human life have been extended through the digital environment: programs and apps help to expand cognitive capacity of human brain, drives and memories of ICT devices as well as cloud  ...  As the amount of time required for a task decreased, human perception of time adapted to smaller and smaller time units, despite the days (or part of the day), weeks or years; in other words, natural time  ... 
doi:10.52885/pah.v2i1.97 fatcat:liityzylmbfwfhkizkoqjms2lm

Proposal to the tourism industry of expansion with digital nurse in cutting-edge Smartcity

Hisakazu Okamura
2021 Journal of Global Tourism Research  
The City OS in the EU has progressed and it is combined with digital twin technology for a digital nurse.  ...  As a sub-industry of the latest international Smartcity, the expansion of the tourism industry by applying cuttingedge technology in the world is described in this paper.  ...  The agent is the virtual human being created in virtual space for this man. The digital twin is a complete twin or clone of Taro Yamada. Of course, the actual human twins are two different persons.  ... 
doi:10.37020/jgtr.6.2_95 fatcat:srrvvwo7erh2doe3j7ahehajq4

New Technology, Same Culture: A Review of "Cultural Evolution in the Digital Age" by Alberto Acerbi (Oxford University Press, 2019)

Joshua Conrad Jackson
2020 Cliodynamics  
Near the beginning of Cultural Evolution in the Digital Age, Acerbi demonstrates the impact of digital life by showing how the simple process of writing a sentence has been transformed.  ...  Joshua Conrad Jackson University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill The digital revolution has transformed human life.  ... 
doi:10.21237/c7clio11147897 fatcat:2k6ghoacx5bx5mpbuphzragdxm
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