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Learning machines: quantifying surgical competency
Can a machine learning algorithm differentiate trainees’ technical skills in a complex simulated neurosurgical task for real-time feedback and continuous assessment?
The child’s right to freedom from violence
Every child has certain universal human rights that should always be protected, but who grants and protects these rights in the Sahrawi refugee camps of Western Sahara?
Blockchain in competition law: redefining ‘undertakings’
How can the theory of granularity applied to the concept of public blockchain solve issues in the digital administration of European competition law?
Simulated surgery: AI tutoring vs expert instruction
How does feedback from an artificial intelligence (AI) tutoring system compare with training by remote expert instruction in learning a surgical procedure?
Why is Kosovo not a member of the EU or UN?
What can Kosovo’s ineligibility for the EU and UN tell us about the similarities, differences, and possible relationship between membership of these international bodies?
‘No action’ letters: EU efficacy and accountability
How can deficiencies in the ‘no action’ letter process be addressed for greater efficacy and accountability in the regulation of the EU’s financial markets?
Second medical patents: prescriptions for enforcement
How can EU courts achieve a fair balance between ensuring biomedical development and promoting public health in adjudicating second medical patent infringement?
Royal bargains: standard essential patents licensing
Essential for interoperability between different technologies, should the royalty rate for SEP licensing be based on the cost of the final product or original component?
Measuring matter: assessing tumour resection with MRI
How can magnetic resonance imaging help to quantify resection procedures on animal brain tumour models to improve the assessment and training of neurosurgical residents?
How do languages adapt words from each other?
Vera Scholvin’s research on language contact explores patterns that arise when words are adapted by a foreign language.
Navigating Diversity in Big Cities, Who Bears Responsibility?
How can we live in big cities together with people who are clearly different from each other?
Can we learn to do diversity?
How can people who have not experienced migration learn to develop diversity skills and tackle feelings of “belonging uncertainty”?
From Linguistics to an Entrepreneurial Journey – Sylby
A linguist’s journey of co-founding Sylby, a language-learning app, offers feedback and video tutorials to language learners and assists them in improving their pronunciation skills.