tags-social-machines

Classifying Policing Social Machines

Latest attempt to classify Policing Social Machines: using a Web Science approach. Some readers (ok, let’s be honest and say “reviewers”) seem to have been confused as to why I would do this...

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Crime Social Machines Flare visualisation

Visualising Crime Social Machines

                  After some fiddling, I’ve produced some visualisations (linked below). This has come about as I’m preparing for my Viva; giving me a chance to...

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circos transparency actors

Visualising Actors

Am having fun, but not being entirely successful, visualising my transparency actors that I’ve isolated. (In my literature review for my 9-month report on what I’m going to be doing for my PhD.)...

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The Fleming Arms, bathed in disinfecting sunlight.

Classifying Crime Social Machines

Back to MaireEvans.co.uk Here (in the link) is an overview of what I’ve been up to recently, classifying crime social machines. I’ve got slightly obsessed with this and am now prone to lying in...

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speed camera crime social machines

Crime Social Machine Speed Cameras

Back to MaireEvans.co.uk A comment: just had a brief foray into speed cameras, as a form of distributed crime detection unit (more machine than social machine) and was delighted to find the utterly...

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Cover of the first Royal Society 1665

WebSci13 and WWW2013

I’ve had a month of attending conferences now – which has given me much to think about. I had decided to attend WebSci13 in Paris, and pay for it from my stipend, as...

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WWW2013 Social Machines Workshop

WWW2013 Social Machines Workshop

Here is a link to the talk I just gave on crime social machines at www2013. SocialMachines

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social machine astralobe

Social Machines and Crime Data

So here’s a link to our paper on Social Machines and Crime Data. It probably looks a bit dry. It didn’t feel like it though, writing it. There are some real problems in...

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Quote from Joseph Campbell on computers being like gods.

Open Crime Data

“And in a way that’s helping To be done with all this twisting of the truth. An eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth And anyway I told the truth...

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