Author Archives: Sabine Kurjo McNeill

About Sabine Kurjo McNeill

I'm a mathematician and system analyst formerly at CERN in Geneva and became an event organiser, software designer, independent web publisher and online promoter of Open Justice. My most significant scientific contribution is www.smartknowledge.space

Humans set Limits, Machines Crunch Numbers. From #AI to #SmartKnowledge? @turinginst @DameWendyDBE

This was another superb Turing Lecture: AI through the Looking Glass by Dame Wendy Hall DBE at the Knowledge Centre of the British Library, where the Alan Turing Institute is situated. That’s where American Professor Lenore Blum said that girls only need … Continue reading

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#3DMetrics for #SmartKnowledge from #Images and Multi-Dimensional Data

Our Software as a Service is not open for business yet. But we do invite people to share our excitement, especially potential technology, business and training partners who can see the value immediately. For we now have: Smart Knowledge dot … Continue reading

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Algorithms with Societal Impact and Data Analytics for Human Health @RoyalSociety

The morning’s session began with Professor Karen Yeung from King’s College chairing. She is co-author of Law, Regulation and Technology: the Field, Frame and Focal Questions. Isn’t that interesting for us in the Law Special Interest Group at the British … Continue reading

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The Growing Ubiquity of Algorithms in Society: Implications, Impacts and Innovations @RoyalSociety

This event at the Royal Society made me really feel at home! The first session covered Machine Learning and The Law. It started with an introduction by Professor Sofia Olhede, one of the organisers, and a presentation by Christina Blacklaws from … Continue reading

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Fifty Years of Learning from #Data Prof. Robert Calderbank #TuringLecture @TuringInst

Professor Robert Calderbank came from Duke University in North Carolina to deliver this superb overview over the past 50 years and how data science is the result of that development. Having created the Information Initiative @ Duke, he presented the … Continue reading

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From Computing to Visualising or from Numbers to Pixels @AlanTuringInst

Recently I had the great pleasure of listening to Prof. Lenore Blum‘s talk about Alan Turing and the Other Theory of Computation at the Knowledge Centre of the British Library. For me, this talk was particularly significant, because it juxtaposed:- … Continue reading

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Time for Change: A New Vision for the British Economy #EconomicJustice @IPPR

This event was organised at Church House in Westminster to launch the Interim Report of the IPPR Commission on Economic Justice. The conference room is decorated by a plaque to commemorate the war years when Churchill appealed to the “proudest … Continue reading

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Towards a Digital Renaissance? Art + Science = Technology? Warhol’s Marilyn in ‘True Colour 3D’

“Your images are stunningly good” wrote Dr Martin Kemp – Chair of the Institute of Materials. “Very promising technology” came from an associate of the National Institute for Health Research. Maybe science needs art to allow for conceptual quantum leaps … Continue reading

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@DigiLeaders #CityHall Working better together to deliver #PublicSector #DigitalTransformation across #London

I had no idea who the speakers would be at this Grand Salon. But, once again, Digital Leaders put an excellent event together, with respect to: choice of venue: City Hall – slightly too strongly air conditioned on this hot … Continue reading

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