Content Organizer, personal content management on the move
by Paolo Nesi, Paolo Nesi (http://www.dsi.unifi.it/~nesi/, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com) is full professor at the University of Florence, Computer Science Department; Chair of the DISIT lab (Distributed Systems and Internet Technology) University of Florence at DISIT research group and LAB works on: semantic computing, natural language processing, big data analysis, social network, media grid, artificial intelligence, software engineering, data analysis, cross media processing, IPR, social media, user engagement on Oct 20, 2013
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What is the problem ...
What is the problem
Users connected to social enabled portals for e-learning, best practice work, collaborative work need to be capable to download and collect a large range of content (from video to PDF, ebook, audio, images, collection, playlists, courses, etc.) from their working sites. The downloaded content should be locally available for:
• search and browse on the basis of the content classification, portal, qualified taxonomy (margining those of the several portals), etc.
• personal classification with personal tags, multiple classifications
• easy access and identification via QR codes, GPS coordinates
Moreover, the users also need to get in contact with other users, chat with them and exchange information and profiles. This large set of information has to be saved in the cloud to make it accessible from other devices for the same user, thus saving time on the move.
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