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A small selection of press articles and papers to which the Seme4 partners and senior management team have contributed.

Pioneering Web science: A Q&A with Professor Dame Wendy Hall

05 April 2014

Sally Mouakkad from the British Consulate interviews Professor Dame Wendy Hall to mark the the 25th anniversary of the World Wide Web. They discuss Linked Data, the Web Science Trust and possible trends in Web Science over the next 10 years.

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A Taxonomic Framework for Social Machines

29 March 2014

Paul Smart, Elena Simperl and Nigel Shadbolt propose a working definition for Social Machines, describe their characteristics and discuss the future for research in this area.

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The power of Open Data

22 March 2014

Professor Sir Nigel Shadbolt gives a presentation and is interviewed (at the 1 hour and 30 minutes point of the video) at the CeBit global conference held in Hanover, Germany on the 11th of March. He discusses individual rights and governmental responsibilities in relation to personal data, the U.K. Open Data Institute and the power of Open Data to provide information which can help governments and companies improve services and products.

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The web at 25

16 March 2014

Professor Dame Wendy Hall in the Daily Telegraph, celebrating the 25th anniversary of the World Wide Web. She discusses how dramatically the Web has changed people’s lives, but warns that governments must take steps to protect their citizens’ personal data.

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The reality and risks of cyber security

12 March 2014

Professor Dame Wendy Hall on the Agenda show on German international broadcast channel Deutsche Welle, arguing for the need for a human rights charter relating to the Internet, detailing individuals’ and organisations’ rights and responsibilities. Other guests on the show include Vice-President of the European Commmission, Neelie Kroes, CEO of the Big data company Datameer, Stefan Groschupf and CEO of the securities company Giesecke & Devrient, Dr. Walter Schlebusch.

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