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31August, 2018

Innovation Arabia 12 Calls for Papers

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Innovation Arabia 12 has announced a Call for Papers for the conference to be held in Dubai in February 2019.

With the theme of “Building Smart Communities: Balancing Innovation, Change and Transformation”, the conference will operate tracks in the areas of:

Quality & Business Management;
Smart Learning;
Health & Environment; and
Artificial Intelligence.

Organised by the Hamdam […]

31August, 2018

CSSL ICT Awards 2018

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The Computer Society of Sri Lanka (CSSL), the premier organization dedicated to promoting and improving professional standards in the Information Communication and Technology (ICT) sector of Sri Lanka has called nominations/applications for its ‘CSSL ICT Awards 2018’, which celebrates excellence in ICT.

‘CSSL ICT Awards 2018’ will be held for the sixth consecutive year this […]

31August, 2018

CSSL Joins Seoul Accord

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The Computer Society of Sri Lanka (CSSL) has been inducted into the Seoul Accord as a Provisional Member at the recent Seoul Accord Meeting in Cambridge, UK.

CSSL President, Yasas Abeywickrama said it was an historic achievement for the society, IT higher education and Sri Lanka at large.

“Through the hard work of many individuals over […]

31July, 2018

NITC Scheduled for October in Colombo

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Sri Lanka’s President, Maithripala Sirisena, will be the chief guest at this year’s National Information Technology Conference (NITC), which will take place from 2-4 October 2018 in Colombo.

Organised by the Computer Society of Sri Lanka (CSSL), NITC has taken the theme of “IT Changes Everything” for its 36th annual event, which expects to attract over […]

31July, 2018

Life 3.0 Worth a Read

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Interested in the potential for AI to change the planet? Then take a look at “Life 3.0 – Being human in the age of Artificial Intelligence” by MIT Physics Professor Max Tegmark.

According to a review in The Guardian by Yuval Noah Harari, Life 3.0 offers a highly readable and wide-ranging look at the promises and perils of […]

31July, 2018

Participate in a Global Survey of Scientists

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The 2018 Global Survey of Mathematical, Computing, and Natural Scientists needs people in mathematical, computing and natural sciences, including students, to share their career and educational experiences.

The data being collected will include focused information about women in these fields.

The survey is being conducted through the end of October by The Gender Gap in Science project, […]

31July, 2018

CSSL Degree Accreditation Recognised at Global Level

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The Computer Society of Sri Lanka (CSSL) has been inducted as a Provisional Member of the Seoul Accord at its recent meeting in Cambridge, UK.

CSSL President, Yasas Abeywickrama called the recognition an historic moment for CSSL, IT higher education and Sri Lanka at large.

“Through the hard work of many individuals in laying the foundation for […]

31July, 2018

ACS Launches Trust Mark Accreditation Scheme for SMEs

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ACS (Australian Computer Society) has unveiled a new accreditation scheme designed to give Australians greater confidence when using the ICT services of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).

The Trust Mark scheme, launched at the ACS Innovation Hub in Sydney, provides a baseline standard for Australian businesses as they assist others in their digital transformation.

Specifically aimed at […]

31July, 2018

ACS moves into eSports

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ACS (Australian Computer Society) has ventured into new territory, signing as a foundation partner of the Australian Esports League (AEL).

The two organisations plan to work together to promote eSports in Australia and help strengthen the local ICT sector.  Under the agreement, AEL will move into the ACS Technology and Innovation Hub in Sydney, initially as […]

30June, 2018

G4 Sets Goals for Progressive Society

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IFIP’s Swiss representative, Raymond Morel is one of the co-founders of the new G4 group, which seeks to co-create “glocal” Civil Society movements for Agenda 2030.

The founders, who all consider themselves systemic humanist scientists, seek to create shared value by leveraging systemic people, systemic systems & approaches, networks of organisations and movements to solve complex […]