[Humanist] 26.857 events: information society; computer art

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Thu Mar 7 07:35:36 CET 2013

                 Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 26, No. 857.
            Department of Digital Humanities, King's College London
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  [1]   From:    Centre for e-Research <cerch at kcl.ac.uk>                   (47)
        Subject: CeRch seminar: The Gothic and Computer Art (Margaret Boden)
                - 6.15pm Tue 12th March, KCL, London

  [2]   From:    "G.Akmayeva" <g.akmayeva at i-society.eu>                   (146)
        Subject: Call for Papers: International Conference on Information
                Society (i-Society 2013)!

        Date: Wed, 6 Mar 2013 15:51:31 +0000
        From: Centre for e-Research <cerch at kcl.ac.uk>
        Subject: CeRch seminar: The Gothic and Computer Art (Margaret Boden) - 6.15pm Tue 12th March, KCL, London

Hello all,

This Tuesday, 12th March, Margaret Boden will be giving a talk on: The 
Gothic and Computer Art. Abstract and biography are at the bottom of 
this email.

The seminar takes place at 6.15pm in the Anatomy Museum Space, 6th 
floor, Strand Campus, King's College, London. Seminar details can also 
be found here: 

We are very pleased to be hosting Professor Boden, who has recently been 
awarded the 2013 Covey Award for a lifetime's outstanding research in 
the area of computing and philosophy by the International Association 
for Computing and Philosophy. http://bit.ly/YXPAyN  

Directions to the Anatomy Museum: 

Please feel free to forward this email onto your own contacts who you 
think may be interested. Attendance is free, and open to all but 
registration is requested:

The seminar will be followed by wine and nibbles.
Hope to see you there,
Anna Jordanous (Centre for e-Research)

PS Apologies if you receive multiple copies of this email.

At first sight, computer art would seem to be utterly at variance with 
"the Gothic"--especially given Ruskin's emphasis on the handmade, and 
his critique of mechanisation in general. However, six of his twelve 
principles of Gothic art could be satisfied by various types of computer 
art. (These deal with the properties of the art object.) The other six, 
which deal with the spirit of art-making, are more problematic. But even 
they can sometimes be satisfied indirectly.

Margaret A. Boden OBE ScD FBA is Research Professor of Cognitive Science
at the University of Sussex, where she helped develop the world's first
academic programme in AI and cognitive science. She holds degrees in
medical sciences, philosophy, and psychology (as well as a Cambridge ScD
and three honorary doctorates), and integrates these disciplines with AI
in her research, which has been translated into twenty languages. Her
recent books include The Creative Mind: Myths and Mechanisms; Mind as
Machine: A History of Cognitive Science; and Creativity and Art: Three
Roads to Surprise. She has two children and four grandchildren, and
lives in Brighton.

Centre for e-Research,
Department of Digital Humanities,
King's College London,
26-29 Drury Lane,
London WC2B 5RL

        Date: Wed, 6 Mar 2013 23:51:06 +0000 (GMT)
        From: "G.Akmayeva" <g.akmayeva at i-society.eu>
        Subject: Call for Papers: International Conference on Information Society (i-Society 2013)!


International Conference on Information Society (i-Society 2013)
Technical Co-Sponsored by Toronto Section
24-26 June, 2013
University of Toronto, Hart House, Toronto, Canada

The i-Society is a global knowledge-enriched collaborative effort
that has its roots from both academia and industry. The conference
covers a wide spectrum of topics that relate to information society,
which includes technical and non-technical research areas.

The mission of i-Society 2013 conference is to provide opportunities
for collaboration of professionals and researchers to share existing
and generate new knowledge in the field of information society.
The conference encapsulates the concept of interdisciplinary science
that studies the societal and technological dimensions of knowledge
evolution in digital society. The i-Society bridges the gap between
academia and industry with regards to research collaboration
and awareness of current development in secure information
management in the digital society.

The topics in i-Society 2013 include but are not confined to the
following areas:

*New enabling technologies
- Internet technologies
- Wireless applications
- Mobile Applications
- Multimedia Applications
- Protocols and Standards
- Ubiquitous Computing
- Virtual Reality
- Human Computer Interaction
- Geographic information systems
- e-Manufacturing

*Intelligent data management
- Intelligent Agents
- Intelligent Systems
- Intelligent Organisations
- Content Development
- Data Mining
- e-Publishing and Digital Libraries
- Information Search and Retrieval
- Knowledge Management
- e-Intelligence
- Knowledge networks

*Secure Technologies
- Internet security
- Web services and performance
- Secure transactions
- Cryptography
- Payment systems
- Secure Protocols
- e-Privacy
- e-Trust
- e-Risk
- Cyber law
- Forensics
- Information assurance
- Mobile social networks
- Peer-to-peer social networks
- Sensor networks and social sensing

- Collaborative Learning
- Curriculum Content Design and Development
- Delivery Systems and Environments
- Educational Systems Design
- e-Learning Organisational Issues
- Evaluation and Assessment
- Virtual Learning Environments and Issues
- Web-based Learning Communities
- e-Learning Tools
- e-Education

- Global Trends
- Social Inclusion
- Intellectual Property Rights
- Social Infonomics
- Computer-Mediated Communication
- Social and Organisational Aspects
- Globalisation and developmental IT
- Social Software

- Data Security Issues
- e-Health Policy and Practice
- e-Healthcare Strategies and Provision
- Medical Research Ethics
- Patient Privacy and Confidentiality
- e-Medicine

- Democracy and the Citizen
- e-Administration
- Policy Issues
- Virtual Communities

- Digital Economies
- Knowledge economy
- eProcurement
- National and International Economies
- e-Business Ontologies and Models
- Digital Goods and Services
- e-Commerce Application Fields
- e-Commerce Economics
- e-Commerce Services
- Electronic Service Delivery
- e-Marketing
- Online Auctions and Technologies
- Virtual Organisations
- Teleworking
- Applied e-Business
- Electronic Data Interchange (EDI)

- Legal Issues
- Patents
- Enabling technologies and tools

- Natural sciences in digital society
- Biometrics
- Bioinformatics
- Collaborative research

*Industrial developments
- Trends in learning
- Applied research
- Cutting-edge technologies

* Research in progress
- Ongoing research from undergraduates, graduates/postgraduates and

Important Dates:

Paper Submission Date: Extended March 10, 2013
Short Paper (Extended Abstract or Work in Progress): Extended March 01, 2013
Notification of Paper Acceptance /Rejection: Extended March 30, 2013
Notification of Short Paper (Extended Abstract/Work in Progress) Acceptance
/Rejection: March 20, 2013
Camera Ready Paper and Short Paper Due: Extended April 20, 2013
Workshop/Tutorial Proposal Submission: Extended March 15, 2013
Notification of Workshop/Tutorial Acceptance: Extended March 25, 2013
Special Track Proposal Submission: Extended March 01, 2013
Notification of Special Track Acceptance/Rejection: Extended March 20, 2013
Poster/Demo Proposal Submission: March 31, 2013
Notification of Poster/Demo Acceptance: April 10, 2013
Participant(s) Registration (Open): January 01, 2013 to June 23, 2013
Early Bird Attendee Registration Deadline (Authors and Participants): January
01, 2013 to March 31, 2013
Late Bird Attendee Registration Deadline (Authors only): April 01, 2013 to May
18, 2013
Conference Dates: June 24-26, 2013

For more details, please visit www.i-society.eu

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