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Pervasive computing

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FCJ-135 Feral Computing: From Ubiquitous Calculation to Wild Interactions

Matthew Fuller and Sónia Matos Centre for Cultural Studies, Goldsmiths, University of London Introduction In ‘The Coming Age of Calm Technology’, Mark Weiser and John Seely Brown are clear in their assertions. What really ‘matters’ about technology is not technology in itself but rather its capacity to continuously recreate our relationship with the world at […]

FCJ-131 Pervasive Computing and Prosopopoietic Modelling – Notes on computed function and creative action

Anders Michelsen Department of Arts and Cultural Studies, University of Copenhagen Introduction This article treats the philosophical underpinnings of the notions of ubiquity and pervasive computing from a historical perspective. The current focus on these notions reflects the ever increasing impact of new media and the underlying complexity of computed function in the broad sense […]