Category Archives: algorithms

Do I need a new license? Creative Commons, Cambridge Analytica and Ethics

Originally posted on lawrie : converged.

Earlier this year Robin de Rosa and Rajiv Jhangiani launched the Open Pedagogy Notebook, a resource for any educators to both use open resources and learn more about the underpinning idea of open. I first met Robin in August 2016 at DigPedPEI, we had lots of conversations, and in one particular break out session Robin […] Read more

Open the pod bay doors…

Originally posted on e-Learning Stuff.

People are not fearful of algorithms, they’re fearful of agendas that the algorithms represent. Over the last few weeks I have been discussing and listening to people’s views on the intelligent campus. One topic which has resulted in a fair bit of controversy is the concept of using artificial intelligence to support teaching and learning. … Continue reading Open the pod bay doors… Read more

Opening the algorithms: Could we use open analytics?

Originally posted on e-Learning Stuff.

Do you remember when the Google algorithm wasn’t that good, well it was good, but today it’s better! Many years ago if you searched for a hotel on Google, so you could find out if there was car parking, or to find the website for the restaurant menu, the search results most of the time … Continue reading Opening the algorithms: Could we use open analytics? Read more