First I wrote for Image Reports – the UK trade magazine for large format printers. The editor Lesley Simpson was intrigued by what I have to offer and thought that some of her members might be interested, as they are often participating in large exhibitions.
- Digital Colour Brightness and True Colour 3D – New Bridges between RGB [Red / Green / Blue] and CMYK [Cyan / Magenta / Yellow / Black]
Then I wrote for Microscope Master – the excellent website by Hayley Anderson of Bishops University in Quebec:
- Who Wants to Find the Right Microscope for the Right Application and Scale? – Digital Colour Brightness and True Colour 3D are New Tools for Investigation
Next I wrote an abstract for the Microscience Microscopy Congress.
Their conference will be in Manchester in July 2017, but I have not heard back from them.
- Re-Visualising Microscopic Images – for Seeing with ‘Pixel Accuracy‘ and Measuring with ‘Digital Colour Brightness’
- As a result, I wrote Artificial Intelligence: Solution or Problem? – An Appeal to Develop Conscious Communication and Metrics.
Last Tuesday I was in the historic Town Hall in Bethnal Green which was turned into a Digital Town Hall by Digital Town who are based in Seattle – as one of the many Tech Week events.
In the context of smart cities, they want to ensure that London will rank first! I was most impressed and enthused and blogged about it here. I also put three pages with links and screenshots together:
- Adding Value to Smart Cities – a Basis for Discussion.
Having learned about Fab Labs as an outreach project by the MIT Centre for Bits and Atoms, I wrote
- Adding Value to Business Intelligence was a natural outcome of many discussions.
The Turing Lecture Fifty Years of Learning from Data inspired me to write
And the Royal Society event on The growing ubiquity of algorithms in society triggered:
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