The new SCOPE conference series
What will the relationship be between humans and information? How
will intelligent environments influence our use of data? Is there a clear
boundary between the artificial and the real? How will one enhance the
other? And finally, how will the latest developments in Information
Technology evolve to help us turn information into knowledge that is truly
useful and meaningful?
The SCOPE conference series will address these questions -and other
important IT issues- with top global scientists and technology visionaries
discussing their latest ideas and achievements; ones that will transform
the ways we communicate, work and learn in the future.
The first conference in this series, "scope1: information vs. meaning",
will take place September 30-October 1, 1999, at the Hilton Hotel in
Vienna, Austria. Under the theme of Information Technology and the Future
of Knowledge, this remarkable gathering will focus on critical changes in
how we access and manage information.
Understanding those changes is one step toward mastering their effects.
For more about the conference program and speakers, visit our website at:
If you would like to take part in this unique event, simply register at the
website at http://www.scope.at/register or call (43-1) 402-77-55-0.
Reduced early-bird registration fee is available until July 1.
This is a one-time public service announcement. However, you can receive
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scope1: information vs. meaning
a conference on information technology and the future of knowledge
September 30-October 1, 1999, Hilton Hotel, Vienna, Austria
Claudia Cavallar, Clark Dodsworth, Paul Haeberli, Mark Pesce, Manfred
phone +43-1-402 7755-0
fax +43-1-402 8052
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