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Dr Kieron O’Hara - Privacy and Web Science
Recorded in March 2010, Dr Kieron O’Hara presents a lecture on the challenges the web poses to privacy, and the ways in which the web is changing views on privacy.

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Dr Paul Scerri - Information Management in Large Teams
Recorded in July 2010, Dr Paul Scerri presents results to sharing information, based on outcomes from analysis and algorithm design, applicable to large teams working in complex environments.

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Dr Ted Nelson - Interwingularity: when ideas collide
Filmed seminar from 2007, and as part of his 70th Birthday celebration, Dr Ted Nelson reflects on his work “…hierarchical and sequential structures, especially popular since Gutenberg, are usually forced and artificial. Intertwingularity is not generally acknowledged - people keep pretending they can make things hierarchical, categorizable and sequential when they can't.”

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Dr Ted Nelson - Rethink and Arise!
Filmed seminar from 2008, Dr Ted Nelson presents ideas on alternative structures and new possibilities of hierarchy of data “...rather than hierarchy, I propose that the fundamental issue is representing cross-connection and interpenetration, as required by the cross-connection and interpenetration of human thought and human life. Note that hierarchy, if really needed, can be well represented by cross-connection but not vice versa”.

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Dr Ted Nelson - TransLiterature
Filmed seminar from 2009, Dr Ted Nelson presents ideas on hierarchy and electronic documents "…today's electronic documents were explicitly designed according to technical traditions and tekkie mindset. People, not computers, are forcing hierarchy on us, and perhaps other properties you may not want."

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Professor Luc Moreau - The Open Provenance Model: Towards Interoperability of Provenance Systems
Recorded in November 2009, Professor Luc Moreau presents a lecture on The Open Provenance vision; of an approach that consists of controlled vocabulary, serialization formats and APIs that allow provenance from individual systems to be expressed, connected in a coherent fashion, and queried seamlessly.

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Professor Neil White - The Sixth Sense: A Study of Film Sensorship
Recorded in February 2007, Professor Neil White presents an inaugural lecture as a retrospective on his research work; and introduces new research areas on developing self-powered sensors.

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The Power of Data
Nigel Shadbolt and Sir Tim Berners-Lee have pioneered public access to an unprecedented range of UK Government information.

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Web Science innovation challenges online fraud
Find out more about an innovative prototype system developed as part of an MSc Web Technology project at Electronics and Computer Science. Sara Jeza Alotaibi gives insight into her prototype model, FingerID, developed to provide Internet users with a single and secure access point to online accounts using a biometric recognition system.

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