Social Media, Big Data & Human Rights

  • Apr032017
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    Steven Zimmerman

    Steven Zimmerman is a PhD student focusing on the development of methods to address ethical concerns in information retrieval (IR)…

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  • Feb152016
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    Professor Udo Kruschwitz

    Udo Kruschwitz is a Professor in the School of Computer Science and Electronic Engineering at the University of Essex. His…

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  • Feb082016
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    Sam Dubberley

    Sam is a research consultant with the Human Rights Big Data and Technology project at the University of Essex and…

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  • Feb012016
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    Dr Alejandro Quiroz Flores

    Alejandro Quiroz Flores is a Lecturer in the Government Department at the University of Essex. His current research interests are…

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  • Feb012016
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    Professor Geoff Gilbert

    Geoff Gilbert is a Professor of Law in the School of Law and Human Rights Centre at the University of Essex. He was Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal of Refugee Law from 2002-15; he is now Editor Emeritus and sits on the Advisory Board. He was part of the Human Rights Centre’s research programme on human rights in situations of acute crisis that was carried out on behalf of DfID and then directed Essex’s residential training programme of human rights for DfID staff, 2006-07.

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  • Feb012016
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    Professor Maria Fasli

    Maria Fasli is the Director of the Institute for Analytics and Data Science (IADS), a UNESCO Chair in Analytics and Data…

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  • Feb012016
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    Professor Klaus McDonald-Maier

    Klaus McDonald-Maier is a Professor in the School of Computer Science and Electronic Engineering at the University of Essex. His research…

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  • Feb012016
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    Professor Massimo Poesio

    Massimo Poesio is a Professor in Computational Linguistics (NLP) at the School for Electronic Engineering and Computer Science, Queen Mary…

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  • Jan192016
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    Dr Chris Fox

    Chris Fox’s research is located in the intersection of linguistics, computer science, and philosophy. His main interest is in the formal interpretation of language, and foundational issues in semantics. Before his appointment as Reader at the University of Essex, Chris was a lecturer at Goldsmiths College, University of London, and King’s College London.

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