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Dr Giota Alevizou is a digital culture scholar with an expertise on civic methods and collective intelligence, digital literacies and information politics as well as data ethics. Giota is...

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I have two roles at KMi. Research and Business Development is defining client needs as well as identifying innovations and potential markets for the really cool stuff we do. A client facing role set...

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De Liddo, A., Souto, N. and Pluss, B. (2021) Let's replay the political debate: Hypervideo technology for visual sensemaking of televised election debates Let's replay the political debate: Hypervideo technology for visual sensemaking of televised election debates, 145, pp. (Early Access)

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Citation Classification for Research Evaluation
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COVID-19 Antibody Test/Vaccination Certification: There's an app for that
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Is what you see really what you get? Improving robot sensemaking through Visual Intelligence
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