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Digital memories in an era of ubiquitous computing and abundant storage

Mary Czerwinski, Douglas W. Gage, Jim Gemmell, Catherine C. Marshall, Manuel A. Pérez-Quiñones, Meredith M. Skeels, Tiziana Catarci
2006 Communications of the ACM  
A lifetime of digital memories is possible but raises many social, as well as technological, questions.  ...  One of a lunch with colleagues reminds him of an email message he wants to reread, remembering he last opened it during a meeting after the lunch.  ...  Meanwhile, plentiful storage encourages everyone to keep more and more of their memories in digital form.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1107458.1107489 fatcat:6tevuqjyxvbj3oagbqlxli7zey

THE WEARINESS OF THE FLESH: REFLECTIONS ON THE LIFE OF THE MIND IN AN ERA OF ABUNDANCE

Paul B. Gandel, Richard N. Katz
2019 Online Learning  
To complicate matters, we now live in a world of staggering information abundance. How do we mange such boundless information?  ...  Access to learning increased, and this democratization of education indirectly contributed to the idea of political democracy in the western world.  ...  AN ERA OF INFORMATION ABUNDANCE The proliferation of computers, networks, and networked information creates a new dilemma.  ... 
doi:10.24059/olj.v8i1.1840 fatcat:m4b3z6oe25bghmlvejojhkt3by

Cyber-I: Vision of the Individual's Counterpart on Cyberspace

Jie Wen, Kai Ming, Furong Wang, Benxiong Huang, Jianhua Ma
2009 2009 Eighth IEEE International Conference on Dependable, Autonomic and Secure Computing  
The study on Cyber-I tries to re-examine and analyze human essence in the digital era.  ...  It is closely related to human-centric computing ideology which focuses on placing human in the center of computing.  ...  REMARKS We firmly believe that under proper control, everyone will find his/her Cyber-I in this ubiquitous era.  ... 
doi:10.1109/dasc.2009.127 dblp:conf/dasc/WenMWHM09 fatcat:v6jmcvblynevzjhumpsgwm3x2m

Computer technology: State of the art and future trends

Jerome R. Cox, Cees Zeelenberg
1987 Journal of the American College of Cardiology  
the complexity possible in a single chip of silicon, and 2) the integration of four previously separate areas of Computer technology is invigorating a fundamental transformation in our society from an  ...  Cardiology has been an information-intensive activity and so it is not surprising that it was one of the earliest of the medical specialties to utilize computers in an essential way.  ...  In 1970, a handful of integrated circuit memory chips could store enough characters to fill a video display screen. The era of the ubiquitous alphanumeric computer terminal began.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0735-1097(87)80102-x pmid:3794097 fatcat:kxknpthy75be7fqq7rhthinl34

Mechatronic Systems Fundamentals [Book Review]

2005 IEEE Control Systems  
homework problems, including an abundance of thoroughly designed computer assignments.  ...  In addition, software for standard processors is described. Memory, peripherals (such as analog/digital/ binary inputs and outputs) and analog-to-digital and digital-to-analog converters are covered.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mcs.2005.1499392 fatcat:fsuqzk4o6fcdrotcoz54e4hvdm

Twenty‐first century learning: communities, interaction and ubiquitous computing

Amy S. C. Leh, Barbara Kouba, Dirk Davis
2005 Educational Media International  
Advanced technology makes 21st century learning, communities and interactions unique and leads people to an era of ubiquitous computing.  ...  The paper will review literature on learning community, community learning, interaction, 21st century learning and ubiquitous computing.  ...  Conclusion Advanced technology makes 21st century learning, communities, and interactions unique and leads people to an era of ubiquitous computing.  ... 
doi:10.1080/09523980500161296 fatcat:wx3x6ivq2zfbti66enhyfxxzoe

MyLifeBits

Jim Gemmell, Gordon Bell, Roger Lueder
2006 Communications of the ACM  
For example, lifetime capture [4] raises many questions that lie beyond the scope of our research, touching on legal and societal issues (see the article "Digital Memories in an Era of Ubiquitous Computing  ...  and Abundant Storage" in this issue for more on this topic).  ... 
doi:10.1145/1107458.1107460 fatcat:agbmiflsorh2zilwckcv523prm

SafeCity: Toward Safe and Secured Data Management Design for IoT-enabled Smart City Planning

Hui Zhang, Muhammad Babar, Muhammad Usman Tariq, Mian Ahmad Jan, Varun G Menon, Xingwang Li
2020 IEEE Access  
The generated data need to be processed and analyzed in a secure fashion to make smart decisions.  ...  ., a data security layer, a data computational layer, and a decision-making layer.  ...  Technology in the shape of smartphones, sensors, and other devices is playing a pivotal role in bringing the era of ubiquitous computing.  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2020.3014622 fatcat:toda2yvni5gulhmfmssy3kfo5q

Memories for life: a review of the science and technology

Kieron O'Hara, Richard Morris, Nigel Shadbolt, Graham J. Hitch, Wendy Hall, Neil Beagrie
2006 Journal of the Royal Society Interface  
Recent developments in our understanding of memory processes and mechanisms, and their digital implementation, have placed the encoding, storage, management and retrieval of information at the forefront  ...  This paper discusses scientific, social and technological aspects of memory.  ...  Its Memories for Life network serves to coordinate interdisciplinary examination of the M4L challenge.  ... 
doi:10.1098/rsif.2006.0125 pmid:16849265 pmcid:PMC1578756 fatcat:llnibxz5t5aknhjsip6yzvpvva

The information science of microbial ecology

Aria S Hahn, Kishori M Konwar, Stilianos Louca, Niels W Hanson, Steven J Hallam
2016 Current Opinion in Microbiology  
Here we explore the relationship between microbial ecology and information science in the era of cloud-based computation.  ...  We consider microorganisms as individual information processing units implementing a distributed metabolic algorithm and describe developments in ecoinformatics and ubiquitous computing with the potential  ...  NWH and SL were supported by a four year doctoral fellowship (4YF) administered through the UBC Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.mib.2016.04.014 pmid:27183115 fatcat:bhlgmvfmk5gsflhb6dzkg7jg2i

Nonsilicon, Non-von Neumann Computing—Part I [Scanning the Issue]

Sankar Basu, Randal E. Bryant, Giovanni De Micheli, Thomas Theis, Lloyd Whitman
2019 Proceedings of the IEEE  
The phenomenal expansion of computing power has made computers ubiquitous, spawned a $300 billion semiconductor industry, enabled unprecedented global economic growth, and transformed many aspects of society  ...  Emerging technologies are placing an ever-growing and changing demand on computing, especially the profusion of data from the Internet of Things, large-scale scientific experiments (high-energy physics  ...  for composing computational and storage systems in the presence of noise.  ... 
doi:10.1109/jproc.2018.2884780 fatcat:nzx7jkv3izdufhirs5xqspd6uq

Archives, technology, and innovation

Peter Van Garderen
2016 Zenodo  
It concludes with an overview of recent technology trends and speculates how these may affect archivists in the future.  ...  This plenary address to the 2016 Association of Canadian Archivists' conference traces the evolution of information technology and how this has influenced archival practice over the centuries.  ...  Clearly this is an innovation in the intent to record information, capture memories and communicate a message.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5002213 fatcat:ai3xjphzmrfnbbjxwm7nqascgi

Hiding data, forensics, and anti-forensics

Hal Berghel
2007 Communications of the ACM  
Trade magazines of the late 1970s and early 1980s would reveal widespread use of such software among computer enthusiasts of that era.  ...  The ability to hide data on computer storage media is a byproduct of the system and peripheral architectures.  ...  Digital Village  ... 
doi:10.1145/1232743.1232761 fatcat:23bryfjuxbehhj4ruo42batbxq

Accelerators for Artificial Intelligence and High-Performance Computing

Dejan Milojicic
2020 Computer  
This, in turn, creates new needs in interconnects, memory systems, storage systems, and, of course, software.  ...  We can enable multiple tiers of memory and make storage more composable.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mc.2019.2954056 fatcat:ivafrhmz55dknfqvc6koh6umtm

Blockchain Technology Helps the Development of Meteorological Informatization

Guanghui Wang
2019 Journal of Business and Management Sciences  
Firstly, the application status and development opportunities of information technology in meteorological field are analyzed.  ...  Based on the intrinsic motivation of the development and change of meteorological field, the impetus of blockchain technology to meteorological informatization is discussed in this paper.  ...  Funding This research was supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (No. 91437112)  ... 
doi:10.12691/jbms-7-3-2 fatcat:womb2mfcybgfnhb4rz3ov2qlx4
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