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Forecast: Cloudy Ethics with a Chance of Shiny Translations

Friday, July 20, 2012, from 3 to 5 pm GMT/UTC

  • Part I: Cloud Computing Economics
    Virtualization and the Basics of Cloud Computing
    The Business case for going to the Cloud
    The Big Public Clouds
    Private Clouds: Trust, Security, and Intellectual Property

  • Part II: Cloud Computing shapes Human-Computer interaction
    Crowdsourcing: Enlisting Humans
    Machine Learning: Enlisting Computers

  • Part III: Translation on the Cloud
    Text Classification, Statistical Translation, and Translation Memory
    Offshore Translation and Cloud Storage
    Cloud-assisted Translation

  • Part IV: Artificial Intelligence - How close are we to Machine Understanding?

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Dino Konstantopoulos is a lead information systems engineer with MITRE's Center for Air Force Command and Control (C2) Systems, a Federally Funded Research and Development Center (FFRDC) applying systems engineering and advanced information technology to critical national security issues for the U.S. Air Force. Dino has worked in the Air Force's mission planning directorate, for the Air Force Weather Agency, and for the US Army's counter Improvised Explosive Devices (IED) program. Dino Konstantopoulos is also a lecturer in the Computer Science Department at Boston University's Metropolitan College, where he teaches Web development, Web Services, and Cloud Computing.