International Federation for Information and Communication Processing INTERSTENO

IPRS meetings and general conference programs

Location: Corvinus I.Ea. aula (groundfloor)

The world is changing at an impressive rate. ICT technologies and digi­talization are more and more part of our everyday life as well as big data and cloud computing operations. In this framework, information is disseminated very rapidly, through forms of communication which go beyond the conventional distinction between spoken and written language.

In this context where speed is crucial for surfing information and communication, people start speaking by writing and writing by speaking, with tangible effects on education and professions. On the one hand, fast-writing is all the time more crucial. Schools are even encouraged to teach pupils how to write on a PC keyboard and in some cases to abandon handwriting for didactical reasons. On the other hand, ordinary Internet users and online newspapers are tempted to be the first to report or comment on a piece of news. To do so they sometimes do not even check the source of their information and continuously run the risk of sharing misreported or even fake news.

With the intention of answering to the many questions this context poses, INTERSTENO is organizing the biennial Conference on Information and Communication Processing.

IPRS-meeting
Sunday 19th of July 2015 - 10.00-12.30 h

Chair: Rian Schwarz-van Poppel

Speaker Subject
Ayse Yedekci (TR) The post-reporting services at the Grand National Assembly of Turkey in the Information Age
John Vice (UK) Interruptions in Parliamentary Reporting
Eero Voutilainen (FI)
Eduksi – new information technology for parliamentary reporting
Jasmin Geijteman (NL) Hansard editing in a live stream era. Does availability of (live) streams influence editing? (workshop)

IPRS-meeting
Monday 20th of July 2015 - 16.00-18.30 h

Chair: Rian Schwarz-van Poppel

Speaker Subject
Wouter Zwijnenburg (NL) Short web summaries – the profession of stenographers in the Internet era
Giulia Torregrossa (IT) Dicta and acta at the Italian Senate Assembly reports and tweets: two different roles
Takeshi Usuba (JP) Live and on demand broadcasting in Japanese Local Parliaments
Roberto LaRocca (NL) Theory and praxis of parliamentary record construction. Towards a 'universal grammar' of parliamentary reporting? (workshop)

General conferences
Tuesday 21st of July 2015 - 09.00-17.30 h

Chair: Dr. Carlo Eugeni

Time Speaker and subject
09.00-09.30 Addresses and opening
09.30-10.30 Training and Competencies
  • Tibor Varga, Katalin Varga (HU)
    The present state of typing education in Hungary
  • Takahiro Sumino (JP)
    Challenges in implementing Japanese language for Intersteno competitions
10.30-11.00 Coffee break
11.00-12.30 Speech-recognition in education
  • Seokyeon Shon (KR)
    Current Activities in Education and the Prosecution
  • Tatsuya Kawahara (JP)
    Captioning lectures with automatic speech recognition
  • Tsuguo Kaneko (JP)
    Supporting Technology in Bilateral Communication for Hearing Impaired in Japan
12.30-14.00 Lunch
14.00-15.30 Live text production and quality
  • Kim Hanwoo (KR)
    Real-time captioning technique for remote local broadcasting
  • Juan Martinez (CH)
    Quality-related criteria with Respect to Live Speech-to-Text Services
  • Patricia Graves (US)
    Quality real-time text: how to achieve, measure, and utilize it worldwide
15.30-16.00 Coffee break
16.00-17.00 Parliamentary communication
  • Domingo José Mazza (AR):
    Parliamentary communication and publications: from the process of the law to the quality of the law
  • Carlo Eugeni (IT)
    ParElOn – The online electronic parliament for the new democracy
17.00-17.30 Closing remarks

 

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