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Several things about the original form of the question may have been less than helpful. The title for the question is "How to avoid the misrepresentation of one's research work in Google Knowledge Panel?", but this question is answered in the body of the question, where you describe how you need to go through an identity verification procedure ...


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I don't think I would vote the question to be closed, but I suspect those that have consider this effectively a boat programming question, a phrase used to refer to questions that are off-topic on Stack Overflow because they take a more generic question and frame it as "for programmers" when that generic qualification isn't really relevant and only ...


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I think the question should be on-topic, because the OP being an academic is central to the situation and to potential approaches. The knowledge panel of them exists because of their research profile. The specifics of the OPs webpresence (university website, Google scholar profile; no social media) apply only to academics, and to a large fraction of them. ...


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I agree it is off-topic for Academia. However, I think it is suitable for History of Science and Mathematics, but you should read their question guidance first. However, you are not the first to be interested in these interlinking threads of technology. You may be interested in the work of James Burke: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Connections_(TV_series) ...


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I don’t see how your question would be on-topic on Academia SE, as this is not a concept relevant to academic processes or culture. Specific academics may care about this kind of thing, namely anthropologists, but that would make this about the contents of research and teaching, which are explicitly off-topic here. As there is no Anthropology SE, there is no ...


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In most cases, questions about interpersonal interaction in the classroom or classwork should be discussed with the class instructor. It might be appropriate to ask about here, but if you have not asked your instructor first, it would be reasonable for people to downvote your question for "not showing any research effort." "requirements and ...


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