Fourth international seminar on Collective Intelligence at the University of Ottawa
8, 9, 10th of August, 2004
Collective intelligence is a very broad field, with many research programs. The Ottawa seminar is concerned with the research program developed at the CI Lab of the University of Ottawa. The participants of the seminar will discuss the projection of digital information into a 3D virtual world mirroring CI processes thanks to the Digitong semantic coordinate system.
See DRAFT PROGRAM below.
Anwar Hossein, University of Ottawa, CI Lab, mcrlab
What database for the CI mirror ?
Andrew Roczniak, University of Ottawa, CI Lab, mcrlab
A P2P structure for remote collaboration in the CI virtual world
Prof. Abed El Saddik, CI Lab, http://www.mcrlab.uottawa.ca
Technological perspectives: connection with Learning Objects Metadata, haptic manipulation in the CI virtual world
2) Applications for on line museums and libraries (Internet Memory)
FranÃ§ois CÃ´tÃ©, CI Lab, Museology and Culture Engineering Lab – LAMIC – Laval University, Quebec City Comparisons between Digitong and some current standards used in the museums community.
Kati Geber (http://www.chin.gc.ca/)
Current research program at CHIN
Christopher Brauer (CI Lab, University of London)
Research project in CI media literacy with an application at the British Museum
Horacio Brizuela (CI Lab, http://www.CINECA.it)
Quantum theory of CI
Pierre LÃ©vy (CI Lab, University of Ottawa)
CI, coordinate systems and indetermination principle
Steve Newcomb and Michel Biezunski (CI Lab, Coolheads.com)
Expert advices form information architecture specialists
Prof. Pierre LÃ©vy, CRC, FRSC
Collective Intelligence Lab
University of Ottawa
30, Stewart, # 304
K1N 6N5 Canada
tel : 1 613 562 58 00 # 24 01
fax : 1 613 562 51 88