Víctor González on sensors, music performance and Latin American music

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Víctor González is an engineer and music researcher. In this episode he talks about his research on sensor technologies applied to clinical, sports, and music performance, and we discuss the ethical and privacy implications of the availability of human sensor data. He also shows us some of the Latin American music he loves.

Music in this eisode (trimmed due to copyright rules):

La Pastorcita Perdida  – Atahualpa Yupanqui

La Danza de Los Mirlos – Los Mirlos

Sácalo sácalo – Los Diablos Rojos

Chan chan – Buena Vista Social Club

Guest: Víctor González

Host: Solveig Sørbø

Technician: Gustav Espelid

First aired on radiOrakel 9th November 2021

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