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Web Science 2013, May 2-4th in Paris

28.04.2013 | News

WebScience, six years on from its original declaration and claim staking, is still a young and emerging community. The territory is being marked, researchers and academics are collecting and analysing data and publications and academic debates are emerging.
The observations of ‘Academic tribes and territories’ is highly relevant to this fast evolving field. If web science is to grow, it must incorporate and reassemble multiple dialogues extending across the whole disciplinary area.
It is the aim of this event which will be held

from 1 to 4 May in Paris (France), at the Palais des Congrès

Among the various stakeholders will hold its session "How the Web Will Revolutionize Society":

Saturday, May 4 from 9:00 to 10:30

it will be a time discussion and surely fascinating debates, without slides.

We will talk about Open Data, government, digital rights management, new social movements, and the social and political role of scientists/research against the larger background of a rapidly changing society.

The members of the panel are:

  • Amelia Andersdotter (Pirate Party European Parliament)
  • Louis Pouzin (Open-Root)
  • Jeremie Zimmerman (La Quadrature Du Net)
  • John Callahan (Office of Naval Research Global)
  • Nigel Shadbolt (University of Southampton)

See program

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