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Transcript: - Computer = Data Structure + Algorithm - Data structure being the actual bytes of information that make data. * Web databases are the cultural maniestations of data structure. - Algorithm being the recognizance and execution of a task in a certain manner. * Games are the cultural manifestations of algorithm. - The projection of this model onto the world is an essential quality of new media. - Database is explicit in computer culture. - Narrative is not explicit. It still exists, but of our own need to create it. - Narrative and database forms exist as two "competing imaginations [...], two basic creative impulses". - Database and narrative have existed as methodology in a loose sense from early recorded history (Diderot's novels vs. his role in the Encyclopédie) - Historically we seem to back-and-forth from and to each form's prominence. - The digital computer marks the best fit "age" for database so far. Database a database is a structured collection of data. it is an array and need not have cohesion. usually databases are optimized for ease of retrieval. New Media a prezi by nick saulnier - Structuralist linguistic theory by Saussre; used here to explore the relationship between narrative and database. - Syntagmatic dimension: explicit, what was chosen, real text - Paradigmatic dimension: implicit, what could have been, imagined world Lev Manovich and Me! http://1n73rn37gh3770.space/ (Emilie Gervais) (Breakcore as a genre) https://vimeo.com/91814173 (Tabor Robak) - Computure culture: culture after computers. Data structure <--> Database Algorithm <--> Narrative - Whereas databases and algorithms are required for a computers function, narrative is not required to have a 'computer culture', only database. a narrative should contain both an actor and narrator. it should contain 3 distinct levels: TEXT, STORY, and the FABULA. A narrative's contents should be a series of events caused or experienced by the actor. Narrative Syntagm and Paradigm - New media art models itself on the ontology of the "computer" (database + algorithm) - Maurizio Bolognini, for example, in "Programmed Machines" (1992), programmed a room of computers to generate random images infinitely. In several installations of the same piece, the monitor is eventually removed and the image exists only as data inside the computer. Nothing is present except for a machine, purposed to collect data that is accessed in random succession, with no intentional sequence. ---> - "The Stairs-Munich-Projection" (1995) Greenaway - "The new media object consists of one or more interfaces to a database of multimedia material" - Lev Manovich - Through new media a technical definition of narrative can be said simply a traversing a database between records established by the database's creator. http://www.teleportacia.org/anna/ [anna karenin goes to paradise] - The database is born from computers. - As a form, it proceeds linear narrative and revitalizes the world as seen by cinema. - Rather than images juxtaposed in a succession in order to produce associations, Database is any number of any things, relational only in their situation in non-space. - Visual Novel - Trouble writing narrative - Uncomfortability with algorithm, desire to create effort - "Database" as sufficient in a lot of my work Cool Presentation database // narrative New Media and Syntagmatic/Pardigmatic Dimension Database and Narrative Database's Influence (on ART) Relevant Art - Existent in novel, cinema - Text, story, fabula - In cinema, montage + sequentiality Database - CD-ROM encyclopedia, web pages, internet - Data of any organization - In bound text the novel is to narrative what the photo album is to database. SO? Algorithm, Data Structure Narrative - New media makes syntagm (narrative) explicit and paradigm (database) implicit. [It reverses them!] - Think of a Adobe Premiere "project". The project, the database of choices from which a *.mov is construted, is explicit (it exists, it is there). - The narrative or what you do with the database is implicit (could be, doesn't have to be). We construct narrative in this software by VIRTUALLY linking together material (data) that exists. - When writing a book or making a sentence, there is only an implicit field of choices from one word to the next. It isn't contained in a "Media Browser" and it doesn't exist.

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Transcript: Presentation Maybe ;) Yes No She was a man few days ago but this is in the past for her. Mary's mother has 4 daughters Did you know ? Now you know ! This was unconfirmed information from internet! In 1647 the English Parliament forbids Christmas Upon the departure of the Titanic on board there were 36,000 apples 38,500 kg. Meat 40,000 eggs and 1,000 bread. This is food for crew and passengers for 7 day trip Now after this presentation you must be able to tell what is the luminosity of the sun. So? Before placing man in her bed, the Russian Empress Catherine II the Great he is subjected to a sex test in "committee" of six ladies.That's how she checked does he have a syphilis. Did you like our presentation ? This is Mery. Let's change this page as fast as we can ? Mary: Get back!!!! who is the fourth daughter? Now let's test your brain. The smallest book in the world is a size 2.4 to 2.9 mm. Issued in Leipzig and contains the alphabet in the form of drawings. I am sorry, but no one care !!! A: 3,127×10^3 W The computing power of the human brain can readily be increased by 689%, as the drill very small holes in the brain, and is passed through these capillaries. This will reduce the temperature of the "bioprocessor" 1.7 ° C as a result of heat exchange between the blood vessels and the surrounding air. This is May.She is pretty beautiful,isn't she ? B: 2,1368×10^23 W April is the little sister. She is an Asian but her family really loved her except the father because he is racist. This is June. She looks ... black. Her family named her June because this is the hottest month and they hoped she is just burned by the sun but it's not true.She is black. The father of family don't like her too (it's obvious. He is a racist !). The answer is none of the above, you are idiots. Sorry ;c THE END A fall from great heights cats survive because they land on the balls of their feet that are soft and soften the blow. There is evidence that cat has survived a fall from a 20 storey building, had only minor injuries.

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Transcript: Yes because of the brown spots and her parents have a heterozygous genotype for NF1. Right is relative: Disclosure is needed when there is harm for third parties. Is there enough reason to test the sister? “...I have two children who have NF, have some guilt about passing it on to them, but I love them dearly and wouldn't trade them for anything. If I had known they had NF in the womb, I would have had them anyway.” Can the severity of the disease be predicted? Yes because she was "only" in her 8th week. What are the statutory regulations ? Summary When do you refer someone for a genetic test? 15-18 years child is allowed to decide for itself Younger children's opinion is also considered Genetic testing not widespread at a young age Eventually parents decide Sources Not really due to: Genetic variations Environmental Factors 9-10 months bending knees and sitting down 12 months standing and walking Normal range of walking 9-18 months Duty to inform Primarily determined by how far a woman is into pregnancy. First Trimester (<16 weeks) Medical abortions (up to 9 weeks) Surgical abortion Second Trimester (16-24 weeks) Only surgical abortion Third Trimester (>24) Only because of medical reasons Surgical abortion Family history Presymptomatic testing Confirmational diagnosis Identity Testing Newborn Screening How do the parents feel about termination of pregnancy because of NF1? Procedures Avoidance of conception Artificial insemination by donor for an affected man or use of a donor egg for an affected woman Pre-implantation diagnosis with selective implantation of mutation-free conceptuses Antenatal diagnosis with termination of the pregnancy if the fetus is affected with NF1. http://www.rijksoverheid.nl http://www.americanpregnancy.org/ http://kidshealth.org http://www.parenting.com/ 'The right not to know: an autonomy based approach' by R. Andorno Would the sister be allowed to have an abortion? Abortion Breast Cancer Week 8 David Chung Lea Hoika What is the normal age range when children should be able to walk? Autonomy of patient and family members. The right not to know? Until 24 weeks after pregnancy. 5 days time to consider for treatments after 16 days of pregnancy. Right not to know Genetic testing: When? What? Right to not know Prevention of NF1 Abortion When? Statutory regulations Parents feelings At what age can children decide for themselves? Prevention of NF1 Genetic testing Is primary prevention possible? What would you do?

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