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Presenter: Prof Ian Witten
Organisation: University of Waikato
Webcast time: 11:00
Webcast date: Thursday 28 September 2017
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Complex robotic systems integrating advanced hardware components and sophisticated algorithms are nowadays gaining in popularity, thanks to the widespread use of robotic middlewares such as the Robot...
This talk will briefly present my PhD research, aiming to contribute solutions to support educators in their exploratory search of (Open) Educational Resources. As a first step, a taxonomy of OER search-related tasks was developed, based on a...
Civic intelligence is the capacity for individuals and groups to address shared problems equitably and efficiently. The still-evolving theory of civic intelligence suggests a strong hypothesis: That the survival and quality of life of a...
Art Historical Photo Archives are making their first steps in the Semantic Web. An ontology capable to represent the domain is still under development. Merging information from different data sources will highlight contradictory pieces of...
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 alphanumeral to represent Arabic phonemes that are...