We need a humanistic focus on our architectures - doubly so when we are talking about identity - and we should fight opportunistic attempts at redefining what privacy means. Presented at Techsylvania 2019.
It’s a talk on the difference between Creativity and Innovation, and lessons from the tech and software industries that can help other creative disciplines. I wrote and delivered it at the European Film Forum on “Creativity, Technology, Finance & Democracy for Europe post 2020”.
I see many companies flirting with the idea of distributed ledgers. SAP Inside Track Berlin was a good opportunity to give enterprise developers an idea of which cases are a good fit for ledgers as a tool, as well as the trade-offs they should expect.
Privacy is a topic dear to me, so I seized the opportunity when I got invited to speak at DappCon 2018. I wrote Remember the Rubber Hose, a talk on privacy as a sane default.
Stories we tell ourselves
Can you imagine my face when I come up with the perfect talk for a topic on storytelling and technology, spend weeks writing and practicing the talk, deliver it, and only then realize that the title is all over YouTube on other people’s talks?
This is a talk I gave at Webit Expo, Sofia, in April 2016. I focused on how to run efficient, fully distributed teams, how they differ from local teams, the pitfalls to avoid, and which agile concepts should be re-evaluated.
Multi-Kinect Motion tracking and interactive installations
Delivered as a masterclass at Nucl.AI 2015 conference. I focused on ways to deal with erratic and noisy input signals, coordinating multiple Kinect sensors via RabbitMQ and offloading heavy processing to multiple computers.
It’s currently available on the Nucl.AI archives for conference attendees and AIGameDev subscribers.