#WebSci18 – Join us live for the ACM Turing Lecture by Sir Tim Berners-Lee

Watch Sir Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor of the World Wide Web, talk about our digital future. The live lecture is made open to the public by VU and Elsevier

WebSci ACM Turing Lecture
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The #WebSci18 conference brings together researchers from multiple disciplines, like computer science, sociology, economics, information science, anthropology and psychology.

UPDATE: Live broadcasting

The live broadcast has now ended and we will shortly include a link to a recording of the Turing Award lecture (already described as a ‘thoroughly enjoyable and amazing talk’).

In the meantime, we hope you may enjoy a selection of Elsevier published scholarly articles related to the evolution of the World Wide Web.

The ACM Turing Lecture by Tim Berners-Lee at WebSci'18 in Amsterdam.

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