Talks

We will inform you about the talks that will take place in the OpenGune.

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TALKS SCHEDULE*

Friday, July 22

11:00 - 11:45 Self-Sovereign Identity

12:00 - 12:45 Creativity in artificial intelligence models. Tools or colleagues?

13:00 - 13:45 Cost-effective decisions and technology

16:00 - 16:45 How a Green Data Scientist turns Aloy into a Picasso character

17:00 - 17:45 Development of free/open applications for machine vision using Qt libraries: HSK Vision case study

18:00 - 18:45 Key open source technologies for 5G

19:00 - 19:45 From zero to racer: how to create your own race-level autonomous car

Saturday, July 23

11:00 - 11:45 ZX Basic: programar nunca fue tan sencillo

12:00 - 12:45 Realidad Aumentada (AR) y Avatares, otro mundo al alcance de tus ojos

17:00 - 17:45 Quantum computing: what is it and what can we expect from it?

18:00 - 18:45 ¿Metaverso? ¿Web3? : ¡No sé qué es, pero me gusta!

19:00 - 19:45 Electric vehicles - Just for geeks or a universal solution?

Sunday, July 24

11:00 - 11:45 Videojuegos Play-2-Earn. NFTs y Blockchain

12:00 - 12:45 DietPi. All the possibilities of a Raspberry Pi/SBC in one single distro

13:00 - 13:45 Desarrollo indie en los 90: NoriaWorks

16:00 - 16:45 Data science & AI: From Big tech to the world

17:00 - 17:45 Following the trail of the winged horse (Pegasus)

18:00 - 18:45 Helium - the good and the not so good

 


*This programme is provisional and is therefore subject to changes that will be duly notified.


 

Self-Sovereign Identity

Language: Spanish

Speaker: Santiago de Diego

Company: TECNALIA Research & Innovation

Description of the session:

Identity is one of the first cross-cutting areas where decentralisation will have a major impact. Over the last few decades we have seen how identity has moved from a centralised model to new federative models. Self-Sovereign Identity (SSI) aims to return the power of identity to the user alongside blockchain (although not necessarily), enabling the user to govern the attributes that make up their identity, thus maximising their privacy. Thanks to SSI, users can digitally demonstrate that they are over 18 or their city of residence without having to reveal their true age, identity or specific place of residence.

What audience does it address?

Informative talk, general public.

Brief Speaker CV:

Santiago de Diego is a mathematics and IT engineering graduate from the University of Granada (UGR), EHPC certified, he has a Master in information security from the UNIR, and is a remote PhD student at the UGR.

He currently works as a cybersecurity researcher at TECNALIA Research & Innovation, where he essentially works on R&D projects focussed on cybersecurity and blockchain. His lines of research cover DLT architectures, sovereign identity and cybersecurity in industrial environments and critical systems.

Date: Friday, 22nd of July, 11:00 - 11:45 

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Creativity in artificial intelligence models. Tools or colleagues?

Language: Spanish

Speaker: Jesús Aitor Prado Seoane

CompanyQUERY LAWYER LEGAL BOUTIQUE

Description of the session:

How are such works generated? What data are needed?

Do we have all the data available or are we not able to use everything within our reach?

The aim of the talk is to analyse the phenomenon of creating works using artificial intelligence. From creating code using Copilot to creating art using Dall-e.

The talk will analyse the source of the data that feed artificial intelligence. The data that train this model and ultimately, the consequences of using data from unreliable sources.

From a different perspective, we will also address the issue of protecting these works.

Is a machine able to protect these creations as its own?

What audience does it address?

Software developers, digital artists, data analysts, data base creators.

Brief Speaker CV:

IP/IT lawyer, specialised in intellectual property and new technologies. PhD student at the University of La Rioja. Currently writing PhD thesis on open source licences and artificial intelligence models. A cold beer and technology. What could go wrong?

Webhttps://querylawyer.com/

Date: Friday, 22nd of July, 12:00 - 12:45

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Cost-effective decisions and technology

Language: Spanish

Speaker: Ana García-Serrano

CompanyBikai Global

Description of the session:

Businesses that make decisions using objective data improve their results. 3 out of 4 entrepreneurs make intuitive decisions.

How do you make decisions?

Every day we make decisions, but do we know if they are the right ones? Do we know the consequences? Can we assess the results? Technology allows us to transform available information into concrete actions for improvement.

But, is technology enough?

  • The success of any implementation strategy depends directly on our ability to define our objectives.
  • Feeding the learning loop is key to digital transformation.

What audience does it address?

- CEOs, CFOs and CTOs

- All managers who make strategic and operational decisions in an increasingly volatile and changing environment (the number of parameters to be taken into account is growing; the unknowns are increasing; resources are limited).

- All companies that want to turn their data into PRIVILEGED INFORMATION for DECISION MAKING.

Brief Speaker CV:

Degree in economics, postgraduate qualification in finance and an MBA. 25-year career in auditing, consulting and management of different departments, including general management. She has always been interested in data analysis and has led the implementation of different management tools. Expert in analytical modelling.

Webwww.bikaiglobal.es

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMgGuREIt-euRvI8Yx2HUug/featured

Date: Friday, 22nd of July, 13:00 - 13:45

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How a Green Data Scientist turns Aloy into a Picasso character

Language: Spanish

Speaker: Iratxe Carrey Braum

Company: NTTData

Description of the session:

This talk will look at sustainability and AI. We will cover the following points:

  • What is sustainable development?
  • How can AI help achieve the SDGs in the 2030 Development Agenda?
  • How does AI inhibit sustainable development?
  • What is Green AI?
  • How can we measure the resources used by AI?
  • Techniques for becoming a Green Data Scientist
  • Style Transfer Learning: the model we’ll use to transform the photo of Aloy, the protagonist of the Horizon-Forbidden West game, into Picasso format.

What audience does it address?

Anyone who is interested in sustainable development and wants to know how AI can affect it.

Brief Speaker CV:

SAP consultant for 17 years with over 11 years of experience using analytics in planning and consolidation processes in SAP BPC and, 1 year ago, in SAC. After studying the Big Data and Business Intelligence programme at the University of Deusto, my passion for advanced analytics and all that machine learning models can do increased. My current hobby is to join advanced analytics challenges in order to learn, improve and test my modelling skills.

Date: Friday, 22nd of July, 16:00 - 16:45

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Development of free/open applications for machine vision using Qt libraries: HSK Vision case study

Language: Spanish

Speaker: Javier Alvarez Mazuelas

CompanyHardSoftKoop S.L.

Description of the session:

C++ programming using Qt Creator and applications in the field of machine vision.

What audience does it address?

General public, preferably with some programming knowledge.

Brief Speaker CV:

Degree in physics (electronics and automation), UPV/EHU

20 years of experience in systems and programming (Windows/GNU/Linux)

1 year of experience in programming with Qt libraries (GNU/Linux)

Webhttp://www.hardsoftkoop.com/

Date: Friday, 22nd of July, 17:00 - 17:45

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Key open source technologies for 5G

Language: Spanish

Speaker: Alaitz Mendiola Alcaraz

Empresa: Red Hat

Description of the session:

The latest generation of mobile networks (5G) is characterised by higher connection speeds and lower latency, which will have a direct impact on the quality of services provided to users. These improvements are possible thanks to new, cloud-based network architecture and the use of new practices and technologies, many of which are open source.

The aim of this conference is to introduce key concepts, technologies and open source projects in 5G networks, such as cloud-native architecture, automation and DevOps practices.

What audience does it address?

IT and telecommunications professionals who are interested in finding out how mobile networks will work in the future. Individuals interested in projects such as Ansible, Kubernetes and CI/CD solutions.

Brief Speaker CV:

Alaitz Mendiola has a degree in telecommunications engineering from the University of the Basque Country and a PhD in information and communications technologies in mobile networks from the same university. During her time with the I2T research group and the cybersecurity start-up Keynetic, she specialised in software-defined networking (SDN) and network functions virtualization (NFV) technologies. She currently works as part of the Telco Solutions department at Red Hat, where she develops open source-based solutions for the telecommunications sector.

Date: Friday, 22nd of July, 18:00 - 18:45 

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From zero to racer: how to create your own race-level autonomous car

Language: Spanish

Speaker: Roberto Niubó Arango

Company: Unisys

Description of the session:

Have you heard the terms Deep Learning and Machine Learning, but you don’t know what they are even though we’re surrounded by this kind of technology in our everyday lives? Do you like racing cars and would you like to take part in an international, autonomous car race?

Thanks to AWS DeepRacer, without any prior knowledge of this type of technology and fairly easily, I learned what Deep Learning was all about. I was able to create my own neural network model capable of making a scale model car go around a race track, not only qualifying for the European finals at the time, but also becoming the winner of the Accenture World Cup in 2020 out of around 4,000 competitors, some of them experts in the world of artificial intelligence.

This talk aims to bring AWS DeepRacer and the reinforcement learning techniques used in machine learning to the public, and also to take advantage of the AWS DeepRacer technology to demonstrate that anyone, with or without previous knowledge and with or without technical skills, is able to train a neural network in less than an hour based on machine learning to solve a problem: to be able to make our car, either physical or virtual, drive around a circuit as fast as possible, completely autonomously.

We’ll also be able to squeeze our neurons (and those of our models) to compete in the AWS DeepRacer League, where we can compete for various prizes for the fastest lap time. And we're not just talking about a welcome kit once we’ve qualified for the Pro League, rather the actual AWS DeepRacer or an all-expenses-paid trip to Las Vegas to race the actual models at the AWS re:Invent event at the end of the year.

Are you ready?🏁🏎️

What audience does it address?

General public, with or without previous technical expertise, interested in new technologies.

Brief Speaker CV:

Born in Zaragoza. I’m a Salesforce developer at Unisys. I’m a fan of new technologies and passionate about hardware and anything with buttons and lights. “If you’re breaking it, you’re learning”. In my spare time I'm usually playing on my PC or Switch, watching Formula 1, taking pictures, composing music or editing videos. AWS DeepRacer Accenture World Cup 2020 World Champion.

Date: Friday, 22nd of July, 19:00 - 19:45

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ZX Basic: programar nunca fue tan sencillo

Language: Spanish

Speaker: Jose Rodríguez “Boriel”

Company: RetroEuskal

Description of the session:

Programar para ordenadores retro se ha caracterizado por una curva de aprendizaje bastante elevada debido a las características limitadas de la propia máquina. Presentación e introducción al ZX Basic que posibilita el desarrollo de programas para ordenadores ZX Spectrum a través de un lenguaje basado en BASIC pero que permite crear fácilmente videojuegos de calidad.                                     

What audience does it address?

Todos.

Brief Speaker CV:

Canario afincado en Barcelona. Apasionado de la retroinformática, los compiladores y de los lenguajes de programación. Lleva varios años desarrollando ZX Basic, un compilador de lenguaje BASIC que crea programas para ordenadores de la familia Sinclair, principalmente el ZX Spectrum.

Date: Saturday, 23rd of July, 11:00 - 11:45 

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Realidad Aumentada (AR) y Avatares, otro mundo al alcance de tus ojos

Language: Spanish

Speaker: Jorge R. López Benito

CompanyCreativiTIC

Description of the session:

La Realidad Aumentada (AR) permite fusionar el mundo real con objetos digitales enriqueciendo nuestra propia realidad. La realidad aumentada ya ha revolucionado campos como la educación o la medicina, y ya está a nuestro alcance el poder crear nuestras propias experiencias sin necesidad de ningún conocimiento técnico. Podemos crear nuestros propios alter egos (avatares) y en breve teletransportarnos a otros lugares y compartir la realidad con otras personas, bien a través de nosotros mismos o de nuestros avatares (la identidad digital única de nuestra persona). En esta sesión aprenderás sobre el pasado, el presente y el futuro de esta tecnología, sus diferencias con la Realidad Virtual (VR) y su evolución hacia la Realidad Extendida (XR) y sus campos de aplicación. También podrás crear tu propio avatar y transferirte al metaverso. Todo asistente recibirá un acceso gratuito durante un año a la plataforma metAClass Studio.

What audience does it address?

Publico general y toda aquella persona interesada en conocer que aplicaciones nos brindan nuevas realidades, como la Realidad Extendida (XR).

Brief Speaker CV:

Emprendedor con más de 15 años de experiencia en el área de las tecnologías inmersivas, realidad virtual/ aumentada (XR). Profesor asociado en la Universidad de Deusto, donde imparte la asignatura Multimedia Interactiva y Videojuegos. Autor de varios libros, publicaciones y patentes en estas materias y fundador de diferentes iniciativas empresariales especializadas en el ámbito de las tecnologías inmersivas, el metaverso y los videojuegos, como CreativiTIC, AugmentedClass o Gate8Games. Desde 2019 es evaluador experto del Consejo Europeo de la Innovación a través del EIC Accelerator y ha recibido el reconocimiento de 'Key Innovator in Augmented Reality' por la Comisión Europea.

Webhttp://creativitic.es

Date: Saturday, 23rd of July, 12:00 - 12:45

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Quantum computing: what is it and what can we expect from it?

Language: Spanish

Speaker: Mikel Garcia de Andoin

Company: Department of physical chemistry UPV/EHU, EHU Quantum Center and Tecnalia

Description of the session:

Quantum computing has attracted a lot of attention in the last few years. The benefits of this technology amaze many people, but also worry others. A basic understanding of the intricacies of quantum science can help us approach this technology from a more realistic point of view. To do this, it is important to understand the latest developments in both hardware and software. Nor can we forget the key role played by classical computing in all of this, as from the very beginning, it has been an inseparable part of quantum computing. We will look at the potential of quantum computing and the challenges we still have to face.

What audience does it address?

The talk aims to be as informative as possible, targeted at the general public, although familiar concepts will be mentioned for those who have some understanding of computers and mathematics.

Brief Speaker CV:

PhD student at the department of physical chemistry at UPV/EHU. I work on quantum algorithms for optimisation and machine learning, developing new techniques to solve classically complex problems. The aim is to obtain new algorithms or computing techniques based on this technology that will accelerate calculations beyond classical limits. https://scholar.google.es/citations?hl=es&user=4etFWp4AAAAJ

Webhttps://nquirephysics.com/

Date: Saturday, 23rd of July, 17:00 - 17:45

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¿Metaverso? ¿Web3? : ¡No sé qué es, pero me gusta!

Language: Spanish

Speaker: Jorge R. López Benito

CompanyCreativiTIC

Description of the session:

Metaverso, el concepto de moda del que no paran de hablar. En esta ponencia analizaremos el concepto de Metaverso para comprender qué es, en qué punto de se encuentra y cuáles son las expectativas realistas que a día de hoy nos ofrece. Metaverso, Web3 y el Futuro de Internet: ¿Buscadores de oro vendedores de palas?

What audience does it address?

Publico general y toda aquella persona interesada en saber cuál es la próxima (r)evolución de Internet.

Brief Speaker CV:

Emprendedor con más de 15 años de experiencia en el área de las tecnologías inmersivas, realidad virtual/ aumentada (XR). Profesor asociado en la Universidad de Deusto, donde imparte la asignatura Multimedia Interactiva y Videojuegos. Autor de varios libros, publicaciones y patentes en estas materias y fundador de diferentes iniciativas empresariales especializadas en el ámbito de las tecnologías inmersivas, el metaverso y los videojuegos, como CreativiTIC, AugmentedClass o Gate8Games. Desde 2019 es evaluador experto del Consejo Europeo de la Innovación a través del EIC Accelerator y ha recibido el reconocimiento de 'Key Innovator in Augmented Reality' por la Comisión Europea.

Webhttp://creativitic.es

Date: Saturday, 23rd of July, 18:00 - 18:45

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Electric vehicles - Just for geeks or a universal solution?

Language: Spanish

Speaker: Mikel Agirregabiria Agirre

CompanyPresident of AUVE (association of electric vehicle users) in Spain. Member of the Spanish Tesla Club.

Description of the session:

Using recent and reliable data, this talk will explain, in an entertaining and descriptive way, the growing trend that the car industry has already accepted towards the EACSY paradigm (electric, autonomous, connected, shared and yearly-upgraded), despite its past investments in combustion engines that have led to inertia, as well as the decisive and irreversible choice of potential buyers of present and future vehicles.

Using humour, we’ll counter the often-quoted clichés of "if it rains and the car gets wet, what happens to the batteries", "fire hazards" and "if the whole neighbourhood recharged at night, the fuses would blow". We’ll also debunk the false hybrid alternative myths (there are only disadvantages, whether rechargeable or self-charging), of hydrogen for light vehicles, and other gas or electrification gimmicks that have no future.

We’ll conclude with the current landscape of options and challenges of day-to-day electric mobility from a user perspective. Lastly, we’ll show the rapid transition that awaits us in just 8 to 10 years, both in terms of supply-demand developments and also legislation to preserve the health and sustainability of the planet and humanity.

What audience does it address?

Euskal Encounter attendees and the general public. Demystifying the abundant false news promoted by recalcitrant economic interests about electric mobility with irrefutable data.

Brief Speaker CV:

Mikel Agirregabiria (Bilbao, 1953) is a theoretical physicist with advanced studies in industrial engineering and computer science; expert and MA in museum studies. Lecturer in didactics of mathematics and experimental science at UPV-EHU. Head of training at EITB (Basque radio and television) for eight years. He has experience in four Basque Country government departments: Education, where he was head of the technology and education service, and then educational innovation; Culture, as advisor on science, technology and IT; Presidency, in drug dependency prevention; and Industry, as head of the Basque Country service for the information society.

He is currently the AUVE president in Spain, member of the Tesla Club and author of numerous articles on the world of motoring since 1983. He owns one of the first Tesla Model 3s to arrive in Europe in 2019 and he visited one of the then few Tesla centres in California back in 2012. He has tested many makes of electric vehicles since they broke onto the market in 2010.

His current interests include scientific dissemination, sustainable mobility, empowerment of energy self-consumption, disruptive innovation and digital transformation in various fields of learning and coexistence.

He has written numerous publications, papers, programmes and works, from the first book written on Logo (Urmo, 1984), to being the editor of the "Tecnología y Educación” compendium (Narcea, 1988), and writer of institutional and political plans, such as Hezkuntza XXI: Una educación para el Siglo XXI (2006). He is an active and influential blogger, president of GetxoBlog and promoter of BlogEu, honorary award winner in 2014 of Internet&Euskadi, best blogger DEIA 2015, in the top rankings of the best blogs and active on various social networks.

Webhttps://blog.agirregabiria.net/

Videos

https://blog.agirregabiria.net/search/label/motor

https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=agirregabiria+tesla

https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=agirregabiria+el%C3%A9ctrico

https://blog.agirregabiria.net/2022/03/tendencias-de-futuro-en-movilidad.html

Date: Saturday, 23rd of July, 19:00 - 19:45 

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Videojuegos Play-2-Earn. NFTs y Blockchain

Language: Spanish

Speaker: Javier Arribas Cerezo

Company: Exodus Games

Description of the session:

Un entorno como el de las criptomonedas y NFTs, con una gran divergencia en opiniones, marcado por grandes simpatizantes y férreos detractores, genera en aquellos que se acercan a esta nueva tecnología cierta incertidumbre y dudas acerca de su fiabilidad o viabilidad. Es comprensible que, al ver cómo hay muchos que confían en la blockchain como la tecnología del futuro, al igual que muchos otros que aseguran que es el mayor fraude de los últimos tiempos nos preguntemos, ¿quién tiene razón? ¿Conviene invertir en esta tecnología o supondrá perder mi dinero?

Uno de los grandes debates se sitúa hoy en día en torno a los NFTs, vistos por muchos como simples activos que basan su valor en su propia inflación, sin tener en cuenta las grandes ventajas que su correcto uso puede proporcionarnos, siendo los máximos representantes de lo que se conoce como propiedad virtual. Y no solo eso, sino que también está cogiendo fuerza la posibilidad de registrar mediante la blockchain la propiedad de bienes tangibles, siempre que la legislación vigente lo permita.

Además, el mundo de los videojuegos está comenzando a fusionarse con esta tecnología, por ahora de manera torpe, pero con la incorporación paulatina de grandes marcas y la aparición de ciertos proyectos que, en lugar de apostar por el cortoplacismo y la drástica volatilidad del valor de sus activos, se esfuerzan en ofrecer un sistema estable y sostenible dentro de las posibilidades que los juegos Play-2-Earn nos brindan. Este es el caso del juego en el que estamos trabajando, Lord of Myths, en el cual se ha estudiado minuciosamente el correcto equilibrio de la economía y la matemática interna.

En lugar de dejarte llevar por posturas radicalmente a favor o en contra de esta tecnología, te proponemos que seas tú mismo quien forje una opinión al respecto, ya que no todo es blanco ni negro. Sea como fuere, te invitamos a descubrir las luces y sombras de esta tecnología y cómo puede llegar a influir al mundo de los videojuegos, contado por aquellos envueltos en el desarrollo de un juego en la blockchain.

No pases la oportunidad de estar al día con el tema de moda de las criptomonedas y NFTs en videojuegos. ¡Nos vemos en la EE30!

What audience does it address?

Cualquier persona con interés en el mundo de las criptomonedas, en el desarrollo de juegos en blockchain o en la sostenibilidad de los mismos. Un conocimiento general sobre estos términos es suficiente para seguir la conferencia adecuadamente.

Brief Speaker CV:

Ingeniero Aeroespacial por la UPM con Máster en Diseño para Automoción y Vehículos de Competición. Actualmente trabajando como diseñador CAD para Airbus y dedicando su tiempo libre desde hace unos años al desarrollo de videojuegos en blockchain, en concreto Lord of Myths, con Exodus Games. Gran pasión por la matemática y estadística, al igual que un amplio conocimiento en blockchain.

Webhttps://www.lordofmyths.com/

Date: Sunday, 24th of July, 11:00 - 11:45

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DietPi. All the possibilities of a Raspberry Pi/SBC in one single distro

Language: Spanish

Speaker: Sergio Blazquez Lopez (jejo)

CompanyEuskalhack

Description of the session:

DietPi PI has managed to centralise almost all the possibilities of a Raspberry/SBC in a single distro.
And the best thing is that you don't even need a Raspberry.
It can be installed on a wide range of devices.
With DietPi we can set up streaming servers, video game servers, multimedia centres, download centres, security systems, home automation systems, etc.
And all using very intuitive assistants. All you have to do is select the desired functions. It's much more than a typical multimedia centre.

What audience does it address?

Intermediate to advanced level.

(Although the concepts are advanced, the methodology used is easy to follow (browser, unzip, copy and paste commands).

Brief Speaker CV:

Industrial engineer and microcomputer enthusiast since the z80. Newbie at EuskalHack. In my spare time I like to experiment with reverse-engineering and pentesting labs and test environments. It is akin to the philosophy of free software and the free dissemination of knowledge.

Webeuskalhack.org

Date: Sunday, 24th of July, 12:00 - 12:45

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Desarrollo indie en los 90: NoriaWorks

Language: Spanish

Speaker: Jorge Rosado de Alvaro                                             

Company: RetroEuskal

Description of the session:

NoriaWorks nació en 1994 como una compañía totalmente indie fruto de la ilusión de un pequeño grupo de programadores. A pesar de estar activa unos pocos años, alcanzó renombre internacional gracias a que consiguieron distribuir algunos de sus juegos a nivel mundial en colaboración con Friendware.

A diferencia de otras compañías españolas, en NoriaWorks buscaron la innovación y olvidarse del todo de la época de los 8 bits apostando por juegos de corte arcade y a la vanguardia de la tecnología, como por ejemplo "Speed Haste", de 1995, el primer juego español totalmente en 3d.

A lo largo de su vida, NoriaWorks llegó a contar en plantilla de casi 20 personas, convirtiéndola en una de las compañías más grandes de videojuegos de mediados de los 90 a nivel nacional.

En esta charla Jorge nos contará como fue la creación de NoriaWorks y nos hablará de cada uno de los juegos que fueron desarrollando intercalando datos técnicos junto con anécdotas de cada desarrollo.

What audience does it address?

Todos.

Brief Speaker CV:

Jorge Rosado es un desarrollador de videojuegos cuya carrera abarca casi 30 años. Sin haber acabado la carrera cofundó NoriaWorks, una compañía que en apenas 5 años lanzó 5 juegos, siendo autores del primer juego español totalmente en 3D, "Speed Haste".

Tras NoriaWorks pasó por Hammer Technologies, celebre compañía por crear el mítico Div Studio, una especie de Unity de los 90 con el que empezaron muchos programadores a hacer sus primeros videojuegos.                                                                        

Luego pasaría por Dinamic Multimedia (PC Atletismo, La Prisión) y por Pyro Studios (Praetorians, Commandos Strike Force).

Actualmente se dedica al desarrollo de juegos para moviles en ZeptoLab.

Date: Sunday, 24th of July, 13:00 - 13:45 

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Data science & AI: From Big tech to the world

Language: Spanish

Speaker: Iñigo Eraña Marín

CompanyNTT Data Europe/Latam

Description of the session:

A spectator’s perspective of a world in constant change, taking in how technologies, specifically AI, are changing our lives every day without us even realising it. If we look at the development of these technologies and what has been achieved with them before however, how will the advances in word and image processing proposed by the dominant companies in the industry affect our daily lives?

What audience does it address?

Cross-cutting talk with limited technical component. Aimed at general public, but more enjoyable for those who are interested in this field and/or with an IT background.

Brief Speaker CV:

Iñigo Eraña Marín holds a degree in business administration and management from the UPV/EHU, specialist in Big Data and Business Intelligence from the University of Deusto. Currently working as a data engineer for NTT Data Europe & Latam. Machine vision and NLP enthusiast.

Web:

https://es.nttdata.com/

https://www.deusto.es/

Date: Sunday, 24th of July, 16:00 - 16:45

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Following the trail of the winged horse (Pegasus)

Language: Spanish

Speaker: Sergio Blazquez Lopez (jejo)

CompanyEuskalhack

Description of the session:

1) We’ll briefly explain the steps to follow if we want to deal with a Pegasus-type application.
2) We’ll set up a search system to analyse and track the exfiltration of information.
3) We’ll try and remain undetected as far as possible so that the application is not uninstalled and erases its trace.
We’ll use analogies to spy movies/comics to better understand the concepts of incident response and forensic analysis.

What audience does it address?

Intermediate to advanced level.

Although the concepts are advanced, we’ll try to make it easy to practice what has been explained, using well-documented programmes (knowledge of operating system installation and network configuration is necessary).

Brief Speaker CV:

Industrial engineer and microcomputer enthusiast since the z80. Newbie at EuskalHack. In my spare time I like to experiment with reverse-engineering and pentesting labs and test environments. It is akin to the philosophy of free software and the free dissemination of knowledge.

Webeuskalhack.org

Date: Sunday, 24th of July, 17:00 - 17:45

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Helium - the good and the not so good

Language: Spanish

Speaker: Rafa Martínez Landa

CompanyEuskoByte Elkartea

Description of the session:

With the rise of cryptocurrencies, many people are looking for a way to invest and make a profit using the new tokens.

Helium is a global LoraWAN network with over 850,000 devices, which remunerates anyone who installs a HotSpot providing IoT coverage and, in turn, helps mine the HNT token.

The excessive interest in this network means that the optimistic expectations of a significant number of participants are not fulfilled.

This talk aims to tell it like it is. It’s not a coin factory or a bottomless pit; guiding the HNT universe towards experimentation and personal development in the IoT world.

What audience does it address?

Individuals who want to experiment and can see the possibilities.

Brief Speaker CV:

Young electronics and radio communications enthusiast with extensive experience in this field. Radio amateur with EB2DJB call sign since 1988. Founder of EuskoByt Elkartea and promoter of TheThingsNetwork and Helium.

Webhttps://euskobyte.eus

Date: Sunday, 24th of July, 18:00 - 18:45

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