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.
Professor Peter Scott is the Director of the Knowledge Media Institute of the UK's Open University. KMI is a Research and Development Unit, which explores the future of learning. He has a BA &...
This event will take place on Thursday 30 October 2014
Dr. Liliana Cabral - ISSL, CSIRO, Hobart, TAS, Australia
Sensor data analytics is an essential part of agricultural decision support systems. Farmers and crop managers need fit for purpose environmental derived data and predictive models to help them...
Dr. Paul Wilson - Lecturer, School of Design, University of Leeds
Designed visualisation: good design doing good?
This event took place on Tuesday 29 July 2014
PhD Researcher Prashant Aparajeya
Point-based medialness for shape representation, recognition and movement computing
This event took place on Wednesday 16 July 2014
Andrew Smith - The Open University
Teaching the Internet over the Internet
This event took place on Monday 07 July 2014
Dr Brian Plüss
The Election Debate Visualisation (EDV) Project
This event took place on Thursday 19 June 2014