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Convergence Research & Design

Added on by Noise Index.

Early renderings, designs and code examples for our project Convergence which was on display at CutLog NY, an alternative art fair on the Lower East Side in New York.

More information on CutLog here. Big thanks to Guy Reziciner and Bruno Hadjadj for inviting us to show our work.

Decoding "Noisy Language"

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“As people are perceiving language in everyday life, they’re proofreading, or proof-hearing, what they’re getting. What we’re getting is quantitative evidence about how exactly people are doing this proofreading."

his article from MIT News discusses our common strategies about how to make sense of language in less than optimal environments. 

 

 

 

 

Convergence

Added on by Jasmin Blasco.

The Art Collection of the Academy of science.

"No other force has had greater impact on contemporary culture than advancements in science and technology, providing rich terrain for artists to explore and investigate. The Academy’s growing collection encompasses painting, prints, sculpture, photography, and architecture(...)."

You can read it for free here.

Convergence: The Art Collection of the National Academy of Sciences

Cultural Programs of the National Academy of Sciences

JD Talasek and Alana Quinn, editors

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Signal To Noise

Added on by Jasmin Blasco.

This article about signal to noise on twitter:

http://www.wired.com/gadgetlab/2013/04/twitters-big-challenge-too-much-twitter/

Which is actually about this article:

http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/wonkblog/wp/2013/04/01/the-problem-with-twitter/

Which is actually about this Observation:

http://www.donkeylicious.com/2013/04/the-great-internet-fast-of-2013-end-not.html

Which very much relates to the sentiment of the time.