Category Archives: Philosophy of Science

OPEN LONDON: the invitation for Open Investigation?

Open London is an open call to co-develop a 21st century Open Institution, starting with Open Institute London: to share data, tools, spaces, skills and resources to discuss ownership and governance and to explore principles of ‘Open’. So far, an … Continue reading

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CELEBRATING 50 Years of Computing @ CERN

It was the ‘nostalgia’ of English operators that set in motion last year what resulted in three reunions on Friday and Saturday: a visit to building 513 which was built for the CDC 7600 in 1972 and now houses a … Continue reading

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MAKING Compelling Value Propositions by Knowing Your Customer(s)

This seminar was part of IBM’s Global Entrepreneurs Program: Caroline Egan from McDonald Butler Associates explained in ‘marketing language’ what compelling value propositions look, sound and feel like: know your customer – their pain points know your customer – their … Continue reading

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Google has the answer, as always! This time it’s its Trend feature. It tells us how, measured by the number of search terms used, interest in data visualisation has grown in the UK only relatively recently: Worldwide Just the UK

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DATA SCIENCE: another Meetup of intelligent and investigative minds

Meetup is a great platform for organising and attending meetings. I joined quite a lot of them and thoroughly enjoy most meetings. One of the best presentations I attended was the one by Teradata at this Data Science London event: … Continue reading

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Integrating Man’s Thinking and Machines’ Processing

This week I had the pleasure of attending Stephen Emmott’s presentation at NESTA about the Nature and Necessity of a Scientific Revolution. As a neuroscientist, Stephen is responsible for Microsoft’s Research Lab and certainly asks the right questions that humanity … Continue reading

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