Professor Dame Wendy Hall answers questions on her childhood, the under representation of women in science and the changes that have taken place in Higher Education in the last 10 years.
An article on Social Machines in the Encyclopedia of Information Science and Technology, written by Paul Smart and Nigel Shadbolt.
A paper by Davide Ceolin, Luc Moreau, Kieron O’Hara, Guus Schreiber, Alistair Sackley, Wan Fokkink, Willem Robert van Hage and Nigel Shadbolt, proposing new methods for determining the reliability of open data.
Professor Dame Wendy Hall talks to Jim Al Khalili about her career and her role in developing the interdisciplinary field of Web Science.
A paper on social machines by Nigel Shadbolt, Daniel Smith, Elena Simperl, Max van Kleek, Yang Yang and Wendy Hall. The concept of social machines is defined, the key features are described and a framework for classification is proposed.
A review of the state of linked open government data by Nigel Shadbolt and Kieron OHara.
A paper by Max Van Kleek, Daniel Smith, Heather Packer, Jim Skinner and Nigel Shadbolt on a study investigating the feasibility of extending the capability of Personal Information Management (PIM) tools which integrate diverse datasets.
A paper by Michael Yip, Craig Webber and Nigel Shadbolt describing research carried out in collaboration with the UK Serious Organised Crime Agency (SOCA) examining the structure of organisations carrying out cybercrime.
A video of the keynote speech given by Professor Sir Nigel Shadbolt for the Informatics event at the Natural History Museum on the 24th of July. Professor Shadbolt discusses the work of the Open Data Institute and the value of Open Data for a range of areas of public life, including health care, crime and the environment.