Funder: ESPRC Network Plus SPRITE+ Date: 2020 – 2021 Funding: £50,000 Partner: Birmingham City University, King’s College London, Cardiff University, University of Exeter, Trilateral Research Ltd. In this project we investigate the possibility of modelling the impact of AI or Machine Learning system on human dignity. This is within the research field of human-centred machine […]
Funder: Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl), UK Date: 2019 Funding: £80,000 Partner: MASS Ltd In this project, we use the human-machine teaming approach to design a new visual analytics system that supports kill chain elicitation: The system allows user to mark up text in intelligence reports that may form part of a kill chain; […]
Funder: Microsoft Azure Research Award Date: 2018-2019 Funding: US$20,000 In this project we utilise the Microsoft Azure to analyse over 1.5 billion tweets using an updated SAVI (Social Analytics VIsualisation) system.
EPSRC stands for ‘Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council’. It is the main funding body for UK research in the areas including engineering, mathematics, and physics. Computer Science is one of the EPSRC research areas. All the funding applications to EPSRC are reviewed by its Review College members.
This is a very large project funded by the European Commission, with about 20 partners and 100 personnel in many EU countries. The goal is to develop the next generation visual analytics system to address the Big Data challenges in the policing and criminal intelligence analysis. http://valcri.org/
A data visualisation project to address the data quality and lineage issues in sensemaking using provenance, using the TimeSet technique.
The project designs, implements, and evaluates new Visual Analytic tool for Pattern-of-Life analysis, which tries to understand and predict movement patterns of individuals or small groups.
A project to build the Big Data infrastructure /Data Lake for the visual analysis of open-source intelligence data.
A data visualisation project to understand how interactive projection technique can help user improve their understanding of data with very high dimensionality.
The workshop is organised by the Creative Industry Knowledge Transfer Network and was held at the Nesta in London. The workshop had some excellent speakers and I am quite honoured to be invited. Below are the presentation slides.