Harry M. Collins

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Participants at the workshop included AI researchers, cognitive psychologists, social scientists, philosophers, and representatives of many other disciplines interested in expertise. In addition to keynote presentations by Each paper session included presentations on cognitive research, educational research, AI theory and logic, and particular knowledge(More)
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It is being made available in accordance with the publisher's policies on open access. Please note that changes made as a result of publishing processes such as copy-editing, formatting and page numbers may not be reflected in this version. Abstract Atkinson and Morriss (2016) explore the kinds of expertise and competence needed by ethnographic researchers.(More)
It is being made available in accordance with the publisher's policies on open access. Please note that changes made as a result of publishing processes such as copy-editing, formatting and page numbers may not be reflected in this version. Abstract We describe the Imitation Game, a new research method that simultaneous generates qualitative and(More)
How should scientific advice be incorporated into the political decisionmaking process? Even experts can't keep up with the torrent of studies published in their own field, and, supposedly, scientific issues—from climate change to biodiversity loss—have obvious political components. How is advice treated in an age when experts are increasingly viewed with(More)