Film, Video And Is All This Stuff Really Digital After All?
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- And Is All This Stuff Really Digital After All?
- Brian Cantwell Smith is dean of the Faculty of Information Studies at the University of Toronto and author of "On the Origin of Objects." He combines degrees in computer science and philosophy and is an expert on the interdisciplinary convergence brought about by digitization.
- Event Date
- January 31, 2005
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- - Brian Cantwell Smith is the dean of the Faculty of Information Studies at the University of Toronto, author of "On the Origin of Objects" and expert on the interdisciplinary convergence brought about by digitization.
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- 1 hours 30 minutes 1 seconds
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