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1.3.2 History of heritage

Dr Rowan Jackson explains the history of heritage. The clip is retrieved from July 2021 Workshop day 1 of the CRITICAL project.

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Blogging: adding a new post

A short video on adding new posts to blogs for the Foundations for All programme running in Uganda in 2021.

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Week 7 Lecture 1, Part 1: Leapfrogging out of poverty? The digital economy in international development

Week 7 Lecture 1: Leapfrogging out of poverty? The digital economy in international development

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Week 3 Lecture 2 Part 2: Refugee regimes and refugee economies (im)mobility and opportunity among the forcibly displaced

Week 3 Lecture 2 Part 2: Refugee regimes and refugee economies (im)mobility and opportunity among the forcibly displaced

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Week3 Lecture 2 Part 1: Refugee regimes and refugee economies (im)mobility and opportunity among the forcibly displaced

Week3 Lecture 2 Part 1: Refugee regimes and refugee economies (im)mobility and opportunity among the forcibly displaced

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IP at Edinburgh

In this video, Richard Curtin (IP & Patent Manager) introduces what Intellectual Property means within the University. ENGAGE, Edinburgh Innovations’ new online learning programme is…

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Best student paper: Sebastian Neblung

This talk has been automatically captioned. You can remove these by pressing CC on the video toolbar.Name: Sebastian Neblung Talk Title: Cluster based estimator for the spectral tail processAbstract:…

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Building blocks of UK Copyright

This video explains what copyright means, what it protects, how long that protection lasts in the UK, and how it protects the rights of creators

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3rd Annual FinTech Lecture 2021 - Fintech and Fairness – Regulating Algorithmic Credit Scoring

The Edinburgh Centre for Commercial Law presents: The 3rd Edinburgh Fintech Law Lecture Fintech and Fairness – Regulating Algorithmic Credit Scoring Prof Katja Langenbucher, Chair of…

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MI Interviews - Prof Graeme Laurie & Ms Leslie Stevens

Prof Graeme Laurie and Ms Leslie Stevens discuss their research on the legal and ethical issues arising from access and linkage of administrative data.

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MI Interviews - Dr Mark Taylor

Dr Mark Taylor discusses his research interests and its relevance to real world issues with Nayha Sethi of the Mason Institute. Please note: All interviews are from a personal perspective and not…

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Public Interest in Human Health Research

Liminal Spaces was a six-year Wellcome-funded project at Edinburgh Law School, which scrutinised regulatory systems that support human health research. The vision of the project was to deliver the…

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Charles Raab - 'Data Ethics, Technology and Impact Assessment' - Data Controversies 2021

Slideshow presentation for 5 March 2021, Controversies Course 2020-21 by Charles Raab: 'Data Ethics, Technology and Impact Assessment'Controversies Course 5 March 2021 Kaltura Capture…

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Rauhofer and Rovatsos Discussion - Fairness and Consent

Controversies in the Data Society 2021Feb 12 2021

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Judith Rauhofer - Beyond consent

Controversies inthe Data Socoety 2021

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Rachael Craufurd-Smith- Human rights and intermediaries, Trump and Twitter -

Controversies in the Data Society 2021 - human rights and intermediaries, Trump and TwitterRachael Craufurd-Smith (School of Law)

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