We are very pleased to announce our upcoming symposium on computational subcultures, taking place in the Resource Room (EV 11.705) this Friday from 9am-7pm. The I/O symposium is a joint venture of several interests from within the university, including Milieux, TAG, and the mLab.
This symposium, open to all to attend, will investigate a range of issues relating to technology and its most evocative uses, from workshops probing the boundaries of machine learning to research and research-creation based presentations on hacking, wearable technologies, subtitling and the demoscene. Featuring a keynote and a workshop on chiptune music from luminary Anders Carlsson (aka Goto80), I/O promises to be an exciting and fascinating day for all in attendance.
To learn more about our presenters and schedule, please visit iosymposium.tumblr.com. To receive up-to-the-minute details on software for workshops, RSVP on our event page. And please feel free to contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com with further questions.
We hope to see you there!