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Transforming Education with Artificial Intelligence

Ahead of interactive public events in Scotland exploring Artificial Intelligence (AI), Open University (OU) Professor of Computer Science John Domingue shares the latest developments in AI at the OU and beyond. Within the past decade or so Artificial Intelligence has come to the fore in higher education, with The Open University leading the way. Over…

Happy International Women’s Day 2024!

KMi’s excellence in research and innovation would not be possible without the extraordinary women working and studying here. We invited the women of KMi to be featured in this update of our annual commemorative poster. The theme of International Women’s Day this year is “Inspire Inclusion”. Inclusivity is a guiding principle in everything we do,…

KMi is the organiser of three events for AI UK Fringe 2024

During a sequence of events from March 4th to March 29th, 2024, AI UK Fringe assembles influential figures from academia within the UK’s AI landscape to showcase, present, and share advancements in their pioneering endeavors. Participants in our AI UK Fringe events will have the opportunity to connect with fellow professionals in their local community,…

AI UK Fringe 2024: Navigating the Future – AI’s Impact on Education

The AI UK 2024 Fringe event aims to explore the transformative potential of Artificial Intelligence in education (AIEd), drawing inspiration from Bloom’s 1984 paper on personalized teaching. The event focuses on using AI to overcome socioeconomic barriers and provide personalized education on a large scale, aligning with the ethos of equality. The in-person workshop, scheduled…

AI for the Research Ecosystem: a KMi workshop at the AI UK Fringe 2024

The “AI for the Research Ecosystem” (AI4RE) workshop highlights the rapid evolution of AI and its significant impact on the entire research process. Technologies like deep learning and large language models are poised to transform various stages of research, including study design, literature reviews, code design, data collection and analysis, dissemination, peer review, and research…

CORE invited to UNESCO workshop on Building an Open Science Monitoring Framework

  Professor Petr Knoth, founder and team lead for CORE was recently invited to participate in a workshop entitled ‘Building an Open Science Monitoring Framework with open technologies’ hosted by UNESCO at their Paris headquarters.  With many public and funder policies now mandating Open Access deposit of funded research, the need for tracking and measuring…

CORE presents at UKRI workshop on research article PIDs and their role in the UKRI OA policy

In November, there was a whole-day workshop held at the headquarters of United Kingdom Research and Innovation (UKRI) in London on the topic of article-level persistent identifiers (PIDs) in the context of the UKRI OA Policy. There were representatives from HEIs, UKRI, and scholarly services providers, including Crossref and Cosector (host repositories). Professor Petr Knoth,…

KMi at ISWC 2023

The 22nd International Semantic Web Conference (ISWC 2023), a leading global event for the Semantic Web and Knowledge Graph Community, has successfully wrapped up, marked by notable involvement from KMi researchers. The ISWC series of conferences is coordinated by the Semantic Web Science Association (SWSA), whose Vice-President is KMi’s Harith Alani. Professor Alani is also…

KMi’s Director Harith Alani presents at LINKS final project event

Prof. Harith Alani, presented on “Live Misinformation Correction: Lessons Learnt” and participated in a panel discussion on misinformation and disinformation in crisis management, concerning the utilisation of social media and crowdsourcing during disaster situations. His presentation related to the older (January 2016 – December 2018) COMRADES project, in which Prof. Alani served as a project…

KMi’s Knowledge Makers attended the MK Innovates Festival for the STEM

Last Friday, the Knowledge Makers from KMi were out in force at the MK Innovates Festival for the STEM in Schools Day. The makers group showcased an array of demonstrations ranging from innovative robots and intriguing puzzles to Lego and electronics projects.     The spotlight however was undeniably on the ‘Crack the code’ challenge. This…

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