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 field of interest is scholarly communications and my focus is on open science and open access and more specifically funders' open access policies. Currently I am an Open Access Aggregation Officer...
I am a senior research fellow at the Knowledge Media institute (KMi) of the Open University in Milton Keynes, UK. The major common point between all my research activities is the Semantic Web, and...
Insights from psychology and language how theories of human reasoning and human language are relevant to computer science
This event will take place on Wednesday 04 May 2016
Cognitive psychology and theories of language have had an impact on the development of computer science for many decades. Early work in cognitive psychology influenced, and was influenced...
Prof Natasa Milic-Frayling
Transparency in Design: How far did we get from WYSIWIG?
This event took place on Friday 22 April 2016
Language of online Social Networks Detection, Diffusion, Prediction
This event took place on Tuesday 15 March 2016
Dr Jean Martina - Federal University of Santa Catarina, Brazil
Internet of Things and Security Ceremony
This event took place on Friday 04 March 2016
Tom Crane - Digirati
An introduction to the International Image Interoperability Framework
This event took place on Friday 27 November 2015