Interviews to students and speakers that attended the Human Computer Confluence (HCC) Summer School held in Milan, July 2012, Università Cattolica di Milano.


An interesting video that was produced by one of the First Summer School teams.


To find out how researchers on the ground feel about HCC themes we decided to grab some for a short interview at the first HC2 workshop that took place the 14th and 15th May 2012 in Wien, Austria. We hope it gives a flavour of what people in HCC are working on and what they believe the future holds for HCC.

the questions:
Q1: Can we develop fundamentally new senses and ways of interacting with the world?
Q2: Can we learn to interact with and understand massive amounts of data?
Q3: Can we break the barriers between real and virtual?
Q4: What does HCC mean to you?

 

To find out how researchers on the ground feel about HCC themes we decided to grab some for a short interview at FET 11 in Budapest. These were recorded on the conference floor so there's quite a bit of noise but we hope it gives a flavour of what people in HCC are working on and what they believe the future holds for HCC.

the questions:
Q1: Can we develop fundamentally new senses and ways of interacting with the world?
Q2: Can we learn to interact with and understand massive amounts of data?
Q3: Can we break the barriers between real and virtual?
Q4: What does HCC mean to you?