A research paper by Daniel Smith, Max Van Kleek and Nigel Shadbolt on a mechanism to enhance patient/clinician communication by augmenting electronic health records with personal activity diaries derived automatically using activity sensors.
A research paper by Jarutas Pattanaphancha, Kieron OHara and Wendy Hall proposing a set of criteria for assessing quality and trustworthiness of Web information.
A paper by Hugh Glaser discussing best practice in data management for Web Observatories.
The Crowd Keeps Me in Shape: Social Psychology and the Present and Future of Health Social Machines
A research paper by Max van Kleek, Daniel Smith, Wendy Hall and Nigel Shadbolt on the way the Web can help people live healthier lives.
Nigel Shadbolt talking to Alex Howard of O’Reilly about Artificial Intelligence, the Open Data Institute and the Midata initiative.
Nigel Shadbolt’s blog for the Open Data Institute on the Royal Mail’s stewardship of the Postcode Address File (PAF), a database of addresses and postcodes of 28 million UK households.
HETWIN: Helping Evaluate the Trustworthiness of Web Information for Web Users Framework using Semantic Web Technologies
A research paper by Jarutas Pattanaphanchai, Kieron O’Hara, and Wendy Hall on a new framework to help users evaluate the trustworthiness of Web information using Semantic Web technology.
A research paper by Richard Crowder, David Fowler, Quentin Reul, Derek Sleeman, Nigel Shadbolt and Gary Wills introducing and evaluating a new piece of software to support the maintenance and design of aircraft engines.
A research paper by Giovanni Bartolomeo, Stefano Salsano and Hugh Glaser. The problem of deciding whether two things are equivalent is not as straightforward as might be imagined. This paper introduces a new method for determining equivalence based on the contextual knowledge of the entities.
A paper by Yunjia Li, E.A. Draffan, Hugh Glaser, Ian Millard, Russell Newman, Mike
Wald, Gary Wills and Magnus White, describing RailGB, a new linked-data driven mobile web application which provides searches for underground train stations in London which are easily accessible (for disabled people or those carrying heavy loads).
Unlike most applications which use static web sites, RailGB reacts dynamically to users needs whilst travelling.