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Martin Poulter – What is Bayesianism and why should you care?

What a way to start Ignite Bristol #2? Martin Poulter returned to the Ignite Bristol stage and sent ideas ricocheting around our heads with a little talk he called “What is Bayesianism and why should you care?”

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Peter Brill – Crisis, the Internet and the need for speed

In the week when Toyota was having to defend itself against accusations of rogue vehicles, and Gordon Brown was in the thick of Bully-gate, Peter Brill’s talk about the art of crisis management in the age of the Internet was … Continue reading

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Martin Poulter – The triumph of social knowledge

Martin Poulter started with us spinning in space at speeds our brains could hardly comprehend, then got more detailed from thereon in. If you like what he had to say, check out Martin’s website. Martin is keen to speak again. … Continue reading

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Lara Gilkes – Dating in the Teenies

Lara Gilkes gave us an interesting talk about the state of the singles game. Did anyone hear stories of anyone putting their new knowledge to good use on the evening..? People love learning things that they can use to their … Continue reading

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