The ethics of personal data use is something BBC R&D takes very seriously. We brought together a number of experts to ask their views on personal data use, which we’ve compiled into mini documentaries for you to view and feedback on. We encourage you to add feedback directly to the short documentaries and share them with friends.
As we explore the implications of our emerging data rich world through the lens of the physical internet, personal data, data ownership and data management; we pause for thought. Such pauses enable us to examine the ethics of privacy and security in the era of self-publishing data and physical things/spaces which capture data.
Radio, News, Open Source Software and more in these, our Weeknotes.
This week: Radiodan, Docker, UCL Interaction Centre MSc Project Day, Audience Analysis and more!
We took our 3D printer along to some recent events, aiming to engage women in technology
Our work on companion screens is about enabling experiences where a TV and companion device work together. We are releasing an open source library for prototyping and development in this...
Privacy is not only important - it is a human right and something the BBC takes very seriously
Randomness is the flavour of the week, with the launch of a new experimental video player and some Twitter Bots.
Sometime you enter the lab on a Friday afternoon and your team presents you with something which is just magical.
BBC R&D were approached by Radio 4 to help with an experiment to test the effectiveness of subliminal advertising in video.
The public phase of the Adaptive Media Streaming over HTTP/2 trial has now formally ended and we are pleased to present some initial results.
This week: atomising and classifying news, necessary documentation, authenticating to your TV, and automated workflows.
BBC R&D shot the London New Year’s Eve Fireworks 2015 in “4k” Ultra High Definition (UHD) and Higher Dynamic Range (HDR).
BBC R&D and Arqiva publish the results of their TV White Space Coexistence Studies with DTT
Some of the highlights of the work carried out by BBC Research & Development and their partners over the last 12 months