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Keeping the complexity of IMSC documents under control

The IMSC Recommendation includes an Hypothetical Render Model (HRM) that constrains document complexity, allowing authors of subtitles and captions to know that they are not generating subtitles that will overload the players. An open source implementation of the HRM for IMSC Text Profile documents has been made available. IMSC users and implementers are invited to […]
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Diversity and Inclusion at W3C: Inclusion Fund and Fellowships for TPAC 2021

60% of the world is online and we want and need to reflect the diversity of the whole world as more people continue to access, use and create the web. We believe that more diversity means better representation, which leads to better and more inclusive design. Indeed, more background, more use cases, more edge cases, […]
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Loving and Leaving W3C

I love my work at W3C. Being part of the team striving to lead the Web to its full potential and to make it more accessible to millions of people with disabilities around the world is my passion. This August will mark my 18-year anniversary working for this unique organization, of which I cherish every […]
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Web of Things (WoT) Explainer Video and New Web Site

The Web of Things (WoT) standardization activities are now illustrated through a new animation! This animation shows how a web developer can implement interoperable Internet of Things solutions that are not locked into vendor specific frameworks. Additionally, the W3C WoT allows developer experience and skills to be transferred to different application domains such as agriculture, […]
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W3C Launches the Web Machine Learning Working Group

This post is co-authored by Anssi Kostiainen (Working Group Chair), Ningxin Hu and Chai Chaoweeraprasit (Web Neural Network API Editors), and Ping Yu (TensorFlow.js Core team). Machine Learning (ML) is a branch of Artificial Intelligence. A subfield of ML called Deep Learning with its various neural network architectures enables new compelling user experiences for web […]
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The 1st CJK Meeting on MiniApps

The W3C MiniApps Working Group and Community Group held the first CJK (Chinese/Japanese/Korean) online meeting dedicated to the future of standardization efforts on MiniApps in April 2021. The main goal of the meeting was to gather the global community together, especially the Chinese, Japanese, and Korean participants to know the MiniApp ecosystem in each area, […]
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