Webinar for ACM

I gave my first webinar ever, for the ACM, at the invitation of Rose Paradis. The title was An encoding model for hypothesis driven research on large heterogeneous data streams (OR “The squinting linguist meets hyperdimensional computing”).

Giving a webinar was a strange experience: talking to an audience of more than a thousand people but not seeing them in the room. It will take some time to get used to this sort of thing! Slides are here and the talk itself is published by the ACM on video which is a bit strange since it is mostly audio (plus the slides, of couorse).