The Knowledge Media Institute (KMi) was set up in 1995 in recognition of the need for The Open University to be at the forefront of research and development in a convergence of areas that impacted on the OU's very nature: Cognitive and Learning Sciences, Artificial Intelligence and Semantic Technologies, and Multimedia. We chose to call this convergence Knowledge Media.
I am a datascience PhD student conducting research in Sentiment Analysis for dialectal languages on social media with a specific focus for Arabic. Unlike other languages, Arabic is very dialectal and...
I have been with KMi since May 2000, when I joined as a work experience student and then got involved in the CLUTCH project. I now work as a lead developer, where I build and maintain KMi's...
This event will take place on Thursday 18 January 2018
Prof. Fabio Ciravegna - Department of Computer Science, The University of Sheffield
Around 50% of the global population live in metropolitan areas, and this is likely to grow to 75% by 2050. Across Europe cities are stable aggregates with large expanding suburbs. These...
Marc Smith - Connected Action Consulting Group
Charting Collections of Connections in Social Media: Creating Maps and Measures with NodeXL
This event took place on Tuesday 14 November 2017
Dr Taha Yasseri - University of Oxford
Semantic Map of Sexism: Topic Modelling of the Everyday Sexism Content
This event took place on Monday 13 November 2017
Henry Lieberman - Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Understanding Stories with Large-Scale Commonsense
This event took place on Friday 10 November 2017
Jon Hall - The Open University
The professional licensing of software engineers will change lives
This event took place on Thursday 02 November 2017