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Nigel Shadbolt
AI Prof, Web Scientist, Linked and Open Data Evangelist, Principal Jesus College Oxford
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Oxford Alumni Mar 20
So, Spring has sprung in Oxford and in Japan the first cherry blossoms are predicted to bloom in Tokyo in the next couple of days - just in time for Meeting Minds in Asia! We'd love to see your photos if you catch them
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Open Data Institute Mar 21
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Nigel Shadbolt Mar 21
was a wonderful and inspirational intellect - the was one of the great examples of how serious ethical thinking can lead, inform and shape great science - and do this with the consent of the wider public
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Centre for Data Ethics & Innovation Mar 20
Today we've published our Work Programme and Strategy setting out how we will address some of the greatest challenges and opportunities posed by data driven technology.
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Jesus College Alumni Mar 20
Marion Turner, Associate Professor & Tutorial Fellow in English at is the first female biographer of . Read her fascinating article from - "The teenage dandy’s tale: how a female biographer saw Chaucer afresh."
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Simon McDougall Mar 18
As many of you know I'm excited to have Reuben Binns as the first Research Fellow in . We've just released our first blog on our plans to develop an auditing framework here:
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The Royal Society Mar 19
Frédéric Joliot-Curie ForMemRS, le scientifique français et lauréat du prix Nobel est né en 1900. Il a partagé son prix Nobel avec son épouse, Irène Joliot-Curie La science est globale
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Nigel Shadbolt Mar 16
respect and congratulations - a great Welsh performance
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Jesus College Access Mar 15
We are proud to announce our first access Easter School for Polish students begins on Monday! It is thanks to the enormous generosity of and the hard work of ! is welcoming to all, regardless of where they're from
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Nigel Shadbolt Mar 12
Let’s make the Web more accessible and equitable - here is to the next 30 years - thank you
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The Web Foundation Mar 12
According to , translate processes 100 billion words every day. The most common phrases? Thankyou, and I love you
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johnlsheridan Mar 12
Mulling what archives and archivists might have to offer, given Principles in the Contract for the Web . FWIW, I think there’s a lot here we know a lot about!
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Open Data Institute Mar 12
Marking 30 years of the web, its inventor, our co-founder and director looks to the future, and calls for everyone to contribute to a web that "drives equality, opportunity and creativity"
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Tim Berners-Lee Mar 12
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Royal Academy of Engineering Mar 12
Happy birthday to the World Wide Web! 🎂🎉 The are hosting a birthday party with Academy Fellow Sir Tim Berners-Lee, , and more! Don't have a ticket? Watch online from 5pm GMT:
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Archives IT Mar 12
In 2000, 's work homed in on Semantic Web research along with . You can access the full interview with Sir Nigel, here:▶
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Rory Cellan-Jones Mar 12
Happy Birthday to whose “vague but exciting “ proposal 30 years ago changed the world - and is still fighting to make the web a better place
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The Royal Society Mar 11
When Sir Tim Berners-Lee FRS invented the World Wide Web on 12 March 1989, he changed the world forever. Join and guests celebrating the web’s 30th birthday live from the on 12 March 2019
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Oxford Alumni Mar 8
Happy We're celebrating all our incredible alumnae making an impact. From whale conservation to increasing BAME representation in children's books, you can read some of their stories here:
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The Royal Society Mar 6
354 years ago, the Royal Society published the first issue of Philosophical Transactions. Its editor & our first Secretary, Henry Oldenburg FRS, was a German immigrant and became the founder of scientific peer review
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