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.
My research interests include the application of AI in design, case based reasoning, information extraction, predictive modelling, machine learning and knowledge sharing.
Software developer working primarily on collective intelligence and knowledge mapping technologies.
This event will take place on Thursday 25 May 2017
Mr Taha Tobaili
Arabizi is a portmanteau for the words Arabic and Englizi (meaning English), it is a linguistic phenomenon where Arab natives express their dialectal mother tongue in Latinscript text using...
What have psychology and philosophy ever done for us?
This event took place on Monday 15 May 2017
Hybrid Reasoning in Robotics
This event took place on Thursday 11 May 2017
Dr Brian Plüss
Multidisciplinarity, one-offs and research for the masses: a summary of the EDV project
This event took place on Thursday 04 May 2017
We're Seeking Relevance: Ideology, Pedagogy and Psychology in Learning Analytics
This event took place on Wednesday 12 April 2017