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Second Round of ClueCon 2018 Speakers Announced | SignalWire

Second Round of ClueCon 2018 Speakers Announced

Here is a sneak peak at a few of the speakers coming to ClueCon2018! You can see more speakers at and keep checking back as we announce the next rounds.

Luca Pradovera:

Streaming conferences on the web:

The conference model suits itself very well to many scenarios. But when a conversation needs to be attended by hundreds of view-only clients, it is not feasible to just have them dial in. There are many different streaming protocols to choose from that have their own capabilities and traits. We picked RTMP and HLS for a project, and we built it entirely on an open source stack consisting of FreeSWITCH, NGINX and Ruby. The presentation will start with a tour of the possibilities and challenges we faced, show how decisions were taken, and end with some code and a demo. Of course, the presentation will be streamed too!

James Tagg:

‘BIT’ an Artificial Intelligence, Communication Token

The way we are building Artificial Intelligence is wrong. Large corporations ask people to provide their expertise to an AI for a one-off fee. We hire a human expert, extract all their skills, program these into an AI and then fire the human. The AI replicates the human expertise an unlimited number of times and the human receives no further acknowledgement or compensation for their valuable know-how. A fair partnership is needed between Artificial Intelligence and Human Intelligence that rewards humans for inputting their know-how into an AI while keeping humans in the loop to monitor and assist the AI and provide human oversight. The same large corporations are engaged in an arms race to capture all your personal data. Once you have told an AI your likes and dislikes, your personal preferences and your personal data it’s really hard to move to a different AI. We believe you should hold onto your own data, your knowledge and your personal information and protect this data using blockchain technology. That is why we created the Basic Intelligence Token (BIT) to record human knowledge and make it available using secure communications technology.

Dan Jenkins:

FreeSwitch, WebRTC and WebVR

As Virtual Reality is becoming an easier medium for the general public to access and utilise, this session takes a look at how we in the RTC community can embrace this new medium as well as some of the pitfalls we may encounter.