Sunday, April 17, 2005

 

Conversational informatics

I had good intentions of live blogging from AISB 2005 in Hatfield, England, but the wireless connection wasn't as a good as I hoped. Nonetheless, the conference was an interesting one, and the symposium I intended was apropos to our work on collaborative systems and innovation support in DISCUS. That symposium, Conversational Informatics for Supporting Social Intelligence & Interaction was organized by Yukiko I. Nakano (RISTEX-JST, Japan) and Toyoaki Nishida (Kyoto University, Japan). Professor Nishida has a book on Google, Dynamic Knowledge Interaction, and much of the work presented at the Symposium originated from his lab. The work presented was diverse, serious, and quite interesting (see the program here), and I hope the symposium continues to thrive and prosper.

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