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CJS Seminar: Lindsay Farmer

The Crime, Justice & Society Seminar Series presents Calculative agency and moral fault: responsibility in market offences Prof Lindsay Farmer, University of Glasgow About the seminar …

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Children’s Climate Risk: Their Future, Their Opinion

Event DescriptionA panel discussion on UNICEF’s Children’s Climate Risk Index (CCRI), which highlights how climate risk for children is significantly different from the broader community.…

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'Reality checking for Historians', Professor Julian Goodare

How do historians study people? We evaluate our evidence, obviously. I argue that we sometimes perform a 'reality check' on our evidence, applying human insight to it. This is a small…

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Current Issues in Medical Law & Ethics Postgraduate Webinar Series: Event 1

"A collective movement”: opting for deemed consent organ donation in Northern Ireland Ms Ruby Reed-Berendt from the University of Edinburgh About this event Join postgraduate…

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Moral Horizons of Pain: Participatory Theatre and Public Engagement with Data and Technology in Medicine

AbstractIn this talk, members of the Critical Data Sense team from the University of Calgary (Canada) describe their public performance piece, “Moral Horizons of Pain.” Drawing on the…

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AML: Clustering - Evaluation

Applied Machine Learning - INFR11211 AML: Clustering - Evaluation Part 3/3

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A Global History of Mathematics: An Urgent Human Concern - Serafina Cuomo

Who was an ancient mathematician? Reflections on the power of definitions. Serafina Cuomo Durham University/Max-Planck-Institut für Wissenschaftsgeschichte

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A Global History of Mathematics: An Urgent Human Concern - Discussion

A Global History of Mathematics: An Urgent Human Concern

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AML: Model Selection - Direct Comparison

Applied Machine Learning - INFR11211 AML: Model Selection - Direct Comparison Part 1/2

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AML: Ethics and Fairness - Introduction

Applied Machine Learning - INFR11211 AML: Ethics and Fairness - Introduction(Guest Lecture: Nadin Kokciyan) Part 1/3

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Susam-Saraeva and Patterson presentation

Translating informed consent in Scottish maternity services

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Li Li's presentation

Maternity Interpreting in the UK: interpreters’ perspectives

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Decolonizing Knowledge Production through Linked Open Data

Abstract A hallmark of the North American colonial process was the production and dissemination of knowledge about Indigenous peoples through the journals and records of colonizers. The violent, and…

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Emma Brooks' presentation

‘Interpreter required?’: negotiating consent in a linguistically diverse space

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Andrea Ford's presentation

Attuned consent

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Edinburgh Law School: In Conversation - Professor Harold Kongju Koh on Ukraine v. Russian Federation

In February 2022, Ukraine requested an urgent decision from the International Court of Justice ordering Russia to halt all military action after its invasion that same month. The request was made on…

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