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For scientists interested in openly sharing their research; for anyone interested in open access to research results; for publishers, librarians and other Open Science stakeholders.
For makers involved in the latest trend of personal 3D printing on affordable open source platforms, and beyond.
For anyone giving presentations or who addresses audiences of any size for professional purposes
For programmers, system architects, theorists, analysts, and all else interested in Artificial Intelligence becoming a reality.
Question topics include but not limited too:
- AI Algorithms / Techniques
- AI Philosophy
- Use-case scenarios
For people who wish to influence and foster interest, in the development of new programming languages. For programming language theory enthusiasts and computer science students who wish to learn more about the subject or have their doubts elucidated.
For followers of the Hindu religion and those interested in learning more about Hinduism.
For developers of open-source hardware and software that is compatible with Arduino
For professionals, academics, and enthusiasts who apply game mechanics in non-game contexts. This includes applications for enterprises, consumers, social good, and personal improvement.
For cheese afficionados, eaters, makers, crafters and pairers.
For professionals, academics, enthusiasts, dilettantes, interested in finance and its subfields such as behavioural, corporate, or public finance, among others.
For professional and academic economists and analysts, including macro, micro, and trade experts.
For interface Designers, Advertisement Designers, Character Designers, Illustration Designers, Web Designers, Graphic Designers in General
For people interested and wanting to learn about Home Automation and ask questions relating to their systems or proposed systems.
For professionals and academics in technical fields who use mathematics to model real-life phenomena.
For computer science and software engineering educators.
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