The 2017 DevIntersection Conference is Coming

The DevIntersection Conference is one of my three favorite events for software developers who use Microsoft technologies. The 2017 event will be held from Monday, October 30 through Friday, November 3, in Las Vegas. See http://www.devintersection.com. I will be speaking at DevIntersection, but I’ll also be attending as many presentations as I can. All of […]

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I do an Interview about Machine Learning on Microsoft’s Channel 9

Channel 9 is a Microsoft community video Web site. There are all kinds of interesting videos on Channel 9, but most of the videos are aimed at software developers. I was recently asked to do a short (6-minute) interview on Channel 9. The topic was machine learning and the upcoming DevIntersection conference where I’ll be […]

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Recap of the 2017 IoT Evolution Conference

I spoke at the 2017 Interop IoT Evolution conference which ran from July 17-20 in Las Vegas. See http://www.iotevolutionexpo.com/west/. I estimate there were about 300 attendees. Attendees came from all kinds of companies (and government agencies) and were in all kinds of roles, both business-related and technical. I participated in a panel discussion, “Autonomous Autos […]

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Launch of the CREATe Copyright and Innovation Network

Stunning views from the Digital Catapult On May 26th I headed down to the Digital Catapult in London for an event to celebrate the launch of the CREATe Copyright and Innovation Network, which brought together findings from the CREATe research programme over the past four+ years. It was an excellent day with some interesting insights. […]

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TRILCon 2017

  Winchester. On the 3rd May 2017, members of the UnBias project including myself attended the 4th Winchester Conference on Trust, Risk, Information and the Law at the University of Winchester in Hampshire. The event brought together legal and technology scholars, industry practitioners, and policy makers, to discuss the overarching theme of “Artificial and De-Personalised […]

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