Presentation: Sara Diamond

Online dialogue visualisation software, chat, usenet or conversation visualisation software was created in university research labs.Electronic expressions and sociable media, limits of online environments, sociable media approaches, the structured and unstructured conversations and popular exchanges, language analysis tools, computed processes, avatars and monikers, abstract or synthetic imagery, participation frameworks, facilitation, text synthesis, scalability and community need, horizontal structures of the conversation map with discreet conversation spaces, visualisations in synchronous and asynchronous modes, tone and feel of conversations evolve in the neural network, et al. -Jason asks about the relationship between the emerging and responding trends in data analysis-Sara discusses the various means of visualising search engine outputs, key thinkers in this field, key words as tags in these structures, etc.-Ron asks about the virtual environments and systems-sara shows the system and gives examples of the OS and its wearable tech and playful/performative aspects-Camille asks about the social software in performance context-Turlif asks about the neural network and measuring methods-Sara discusses the emotional registers and measures/categories/frameworks for analysis of these issues in each conversation- assigning of patterns to each set of characteristics; explains that she did not build or train the neural net but worked with colleagues, explaining what was needed and collaborating with the aim of including the emotional brain behind the software and using simpler expressions, as ‘stupid AI’.

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