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Technology Visionaries lecture series

22 February 2012

Open Data: Powering the Information Age
Nigel Shadbolt FREng, Professor of Artificial Intelligence at the University of Southampton, in conversation with Dr Roger Highfield

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Total length: 1 hour 7 minutes

Keywords: Open Data Institute, open source, public sector transparency, Tim Berners Lee, Roger Highfield, public health, google labs, search term modelling, epidemiology, flickr, geotagging, open streetmap, crowdsourcing, creative commons, data.gov, postcode data, EPSRC, integrated data, location-based data, street crime map, linked web of data, semantic web, open license, structured data, persistent data, URI, Nigel Shadbolt FREng, Technology Visionaries lecture series

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