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Posted on 7th March 2017

  Study reveals bot-on-bot editing wars raging on Wikipedia’s pages Over time, the encyclopedia’s software robots can become locked in combat, undoing each other’s edits and changing links, say researchers “Humans usually cool down after a few days, but the bots might continue for years,” said a researcher. Some conflicts only ended when one or […]

The Wikipedia bots that are engaged in spats that never end

Posted on 22nd September 2016

Is. Isn’t. Is. Isn’t. Is. Isn’t. It’s annoying enough when kids get stuck in this kind of loop. But certain bots on Wikipedia have been at it for years, endlessly making and unmaking each other’s edits in spats that never end.

First Article with ATI affiliation has appeared on Frontiers in Physics

Posted on 12th August 2016

In this article we take a critical view towards context-blind big data analysis, with the hope that it contributes to a better practice.

Oxford and the Turing Institute Launch Event

Posted on 12th July 2016

Oxford and the Turing Institute held its inaugural social launch as a garden party on Wednesday 8th June in the Rector’s Garden at Exeter College, by kind permission of Sir Rick Trainor.