Day: January 2, 2014

Hawk-Eye article in The Conversation

Posted on 2 January 2014 by Robert Evans

An article by Harry Collins about the Hawk-Eye line-calling system has just been published in ”The Conversation.’ The article summarises the analysis published in peer-reviewed journals and highlights the benefits and pitfalls of the technology. The full text of the article is available from: http://theconversation.com/out-goal-the-ball-was-in-but-could-hawk-eye-get-it-wrong-20741 The academic articles that underpin the analysis are: Collins, H.M.
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Imitation Game – Trondheim

Posted on 2 January 2014 by Martin Weinel

The IMGAME team went to Trondheim, Norway in early November to conduct another Imitation Game on religiosity. The main aim was to find out how well non-Christian students were able to pretend to be active and practicing Christians. This experiment was the second of its kind in Trondheim and was designed as a repeat study
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