Given the diversity of outputs and interdisciplinarity of the work produced by Living with Machines, we are breaking with the convention of delivering a short burst of activities across only a couple of days (in the form of a conference) as it is usual at the end of large research projects.
Instead, in these final twelve months of the project, we will be delivering a series of activities designed to engage with people beyond the project. We hope that this model helps our different audiences, across the spectrum of Data Science, Humanities, policy and beyond, to connect more meaningfully with the project outcomes and our team.
We are calling this series of activities the Living with Machines Distributed Conference. As the events are organised they will be listed here, where you can check all the details, including register your attendance for those that are open to the public.
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