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San Francisco Web Observatory Workshop

Students, researchers and web scientists came together for a hackathon-sytle meet-up hosted by Mark Musen and the team at Stanford. Post-grad researchers Ramine Tinati, Chris Phethean and Ian Brown from Southampton introduced the day with presentations of their...

San Francisco Web Observatory Workshop

Students, researchers and web scientists came together for a hackathon-sytle meet-up hosted by Mark Musen and the team at Stanford. Post-grad researchers Ramine Tinati, Chris Phethean and Ian Brown from Southampton introduced the day with presentations of their...

Inrupt releases Solid 1.0

Inrupt, the startup from World Wide Web founder Tim Berners-Lee, announced an enterprise version of the Solid privacy platform today, which allows large organizations and governments to build applications that put users in control of their data. Inrupt is an...

San Francisco Web Observatory Workshop

Students, researchers and web scientists came together for a hackathon-sytle meet-up hosted by Mark Musen and the team at Stanford. Post-grad researchers Ramine Tinati, Chris Phethean and Ian Brown from Southampton introduced the day with presentations of their...

Inrupt releases Solid 1.0

Inrupt, the startup from World Wide Web founder Tim Berners-Lee, announced an enterprise version of the Solid privacy platform today, which allows large organizations and governments to build applications that put users in control of their data. Inrupt is an...

“Data are” or “data is”? A pedant writes

by Kieron O’Hara It is one of the divisive questions of our times. Is the word ‘data’ singular or plural? Some say “this data is …”, “the data doesn’t tell us …”; others “these data are …”, “the data don’t tell us …”. The singular use, often heard in computer science...

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If you missed Dame Wendy Hall’s episode of ‘Life Scientific’ which was on BBC Radio 4 on October the 8th at 9.00am, not to worry because you can listen again here. In the programme she talks to Professor and presenter Jim Al Khalili about the rate that things have...

San Francisco Web Observatory Workshop

Students, researchers and web scientists came together for a hackathon-sytle meet-up hosted by Mark Musen and the team at Stanford. Post-grad researchers Ramine Tinati, Chris Phethean and Ian Brown from Southampton introduced the day with presentations of their...

Strategies for a Humanistic Digital Future

Strategies for a Humanistic Digital Future – Third Vienna Workshop on Digital HumanismYou can find the full program at https://dighum.ec.tuwien.ac.at/program2020/ Join experts and policy-makers in online discussions on Digital Humanism via Zoom:...

Inrupt releases Solid 1.0

Inrupt, the startup from World Wide Web founder Tim Berners-Lee, announced an enterprise version of the Solid privacy platform today, which allows large organizations and governments to build applications that put users in control of their data. Inrupt is an...

“Data are” or “data is”? A pedant writes

by Kieron O’Hara It is one of the divisive questions of our times. Is the word ‘data’ singular or plural? Some say “this data is …”, “the data doesn’t tell us …”; others “these data are …”, “the data don’t tell us …”. The singular use, often heard in computer science...

Posting: Data Scientist

Closing date: 06 November 2020 12:00The Institute for Government is inviting applications for a data scientist – details are in the link belowhttps://www.instituteforgovernment.org.uk/job/data-scientist...

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