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AISB event Bulletin Item

CALL FOR PAPERS: 5th Workshop on the Philosophy of Information, 27-28 Mar 2013, Hatfield (U.K.)

University of Hertfordshire

Submissions are invited for the Fifth Workshop on the Philosophy of 
Information, which will take place at the University of Hertfordshire, 
27th-28th March 2013

The topic this year will be the intersections between qualitative and 
quantitative views of information.

There is no registration fee, and no fee for the refreshments, lunches, 
and the workshop dinner. Bursaries that will cover the participation 
expenses will be awarded on the basis of need and scientific merit.

Please send abstracts of approximately 1000 words to Mrs Penny Driscoll, 
>, no later 
than 1 February 2013.

A selection of the best papers will be submitted for publication in a 
peer-reviewed journal, tba. Papers from the 4th workshop are forthcoming 
in Minds and Machines.

The Workshop is organised by the UNESCO Chair in Information and Computer 
Ethics, in collaboration with the 
AHRC project ?Understanding Information Quality Standards and their 
Challenges? (2011-2013) 
For more information about format and previous participants, see previous 
workshops in the series: