Please Vote for ACM Session Proposals Today, SXSW 2017 Community Voting Ends Sept 2
September 1, 2016
Please remember to vote for ACM's session proposals for the 2017 South by Southwest Interactive Conference (SXSW Interactive). Voting for this dynamic interdisciplinary event closes September 2.
SXSW is a 10-day event that gathers diverse topics and people to explore what's next in entertainment, culture, and technology, and it's happening in Austin, Texas March 10 to 19, 2017.
Voting is open to anyone with access to the Internet, and all you need to do to vote is to set up an SXSW PanelPicker account, which is quick, easy and free.
Public voting is an important component of the proposal selection process, and with your participation we can help make sure that ACM continues to be represented at SXSW.
The four ACM submissions are:
- Wendy Hall: Saving the Web: Internet Histories for the Future
- Jeff Heer: Interactive Data Analysis: Visualization & Beyond
- Chris Bregler: Next Gen Motion Capture for Movies and Crowd Games
- Eric Horvitz: AI on the Horizon: Challenges, Directions, Futures
View a summary of these sessions on ACM's SXSW page.