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Eddie Ungless, Measuring Bias is Pointless.

Eddie Ungless, PhD candidate in the School of Informatics Measuring Bias is Pointless.It has been consistently shown that existing bias measurement methods for natural language processing (NLP)…

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Why culture is key for healthier research for everyone - Julia Dorin

Why culture is key for healthier research for everyone - Julia Dorin

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AI & Storytelling, Invited Lecture for Abertay University - The Feels Wheel

AI & Storytelling, Invited Lecture for Abertay University, February 5th 2024 - The Feels Wheel: Building a Sentiment Analysis model

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SIFTing the literature: Critically evaluating the reliability of sources (Dissertation and Thesis Festival Nov 2023)

Ever seen something shared on social media that you think just cannot be true? Or wondered how you can be more critical in the sources of information you use in an assignment? By the end of this…

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Cisinformed: Disinformation and the Media War on Transgender Rights

Misinformation is the defining feature of public discourse on transgender people and their rights in the United States and the United Kingdom today and the foremost obstacle to advancing the cause of…

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SR course 8c - Tools for narrative synthesis

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Rehela Hussain_Intro

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SR course 7.2 - Judging the quality of included studies - quality and risk of bias assessment

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Epi course 3.7 - Quasi-experimental studies

Quasi-experimental studies

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Epi course 3.6 - RCTs

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Epi course 3.5b - Case-control 2

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Epi course 3.2 - Case reports and case series

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SR course 4.3 - Is this systematic review well conducted?

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SR course 4.1 - What is critical appraisal and why is it important?

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'Cognitive biases in hallucinations - Inconsistent findings and suboptimal measurement practices', Dr David Smailes

Several cognitive biases are thought to play a role in the development of hallucinations. Biases in source monitoring (where participants must determine whether stimuli were internal and/or…

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SR course 1.3 - Steps involved in systematic review

UNCOVER/UM/RESPIRE systematic review workshop

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