Thursday 7 March 2019, online at 15:00-16:00 GMT (UK), 16:00-17:00 CET (Europe), 10:00-11:00 EST (New York)
If you are unable to attend the live session, you can still book and will automatically receive a recording of the event after it ends, which you can watch at your convenience.
AI, Blockchain and Open Source are terms which continually grab attention, but are they merely buzzwords or will they really disrupt our industry? In a series of webinars we’ll look at each technology in turn to separate the hype from the reality. We’ll look at examples of where these technologies are already being used in our industry. We’ll assess their potential for positive change as well as considering alternative courses of action.
Attendees will gain an understanding of what these technologies really offer, the potential steps they could take to begin engaging and working with them and the importance of considering how these technologies should fit within wider product, platform or technology strategies.
To find out more about this topic and why you should attend our webinars, read our latest blog
AI, Blockchain, Open Source – separating the value from the hype
The second webinar in this series of three will look at AI (artificial intelligence).
Other webinars in the series:
- What is Hype and What Has Value? Technological buzzword or industry innovation? Open Source Technologies
- What is Hype and What Has Value? Technological buzzword or industry innovation? Blockchain
Dates: May 14-17; (early registration deadline is April 15)
We invite you to join us in Lisbon, Portugal at the Torre do Tombo National Archive (National Archives of Portugal) for Archiving 2019 to discuss the most pressing issues in the cultural heritage landscape related to the digital preservation of and access to 2D, 3D, and AV materials.
ARCHIVING 2019 KEYNOTES
- How the Market Changed: And the Lives of Photographs Jonas Palm
- The JPEG2000 Suite of Standards: Capabilities and New Opportunities David Taubman
- CERN’s Digital Memory: When Patrimony Data Meets Scientific Jean-Yves Le Meur
SHORT COURSE PROGRAM
- 13 intro to advanced courses
- 4 tracks: Capture, Processing, Workflow, and Access
- 6 NEW courses for 2019
- Taught by industry experts
Location: University of Geneva
Dates: June 19th-21st 2019.
The Scientific Committee for OAI 11 – The CERN-UNIGE Workshop on Innovations in Scholarly Communication is pleased to announce that the 11th Workshop will be held at University of Geneva on June 19th – 21st 2019. The theme of the Workshop is Open Science – its impact and potential as a driver for radical change.
The website for the event is at https://indico.cern.ch/event/786048/ and the Registration page for the plenary sessions of the Workshop is https://indico.cern.ch/event/786048/registrations/47972/. Please book early to avoid disappointment.
The Programme is still being finalised but the Conference sessions will include:
- Practical Workshops (registration details to be announced soon)
- A Technical session on Open Science software, tools and infrastructures
- FAIR data as a booster for innovation
- New Initiatives and Studies in Open Access Book Publishing
- Text and Data Mining (TDM)/Discovery
- Research Evaluation and DORA
- Preprints/archiving/dissemination of early-stage outputs
- Beyond the known Known
Keynote presentations are planned on Research Evaluation and Progress in Open Science practice.
A poster session is planned as part of the 3-day Programme. If you would like to present a poster, please contact Josh Brown [email protected].
Papers are being presented by invited speakers. There is also a slot for papers presented by colleaues attending the Workshop. If you would like a 15-minute slot to present a paper/communication, please contact Dr. Paul Ayris [email protected] with details of your proposal.
The Scientific and local Organising Committees look forward to welcoming you to Geneva in June for a dynamic, cutting-edge and interactive experience.
If you have any questions, please contact Dr. Paul Ayris [email protected].
The Twitter hashtag is #oai11.
Dave Shumaker of Information Today reports that “rich programs and a major news announcement shared center stage at the NFAIS (National Federation of Advanced Information Services) 2019 Annual Conference, which was held Feb. 13–15 in Alexandria, Va.At the annual business meeting on Feb. 13, Deanna Marcum, president of the board of directors, announced the unanimous board approval of a merger with the National Information Standards Organization (NISO). The merger has also been ratified by the NISO board and hinges on a vote of NFAIS members. The combined organization will operate under the NISO banner, although key NFAIS programs such as the annual conference and the Miles Conrad Award will continue. (See “What’s Up With the NFAIS-NISO Merger” for more details.)
Mr Shumaker continues his report with discussions of the conference keynotes and issues like the evolving roles in the scholarly communications ecosystem; verification and validation; Collaboration; and a report on two annual events: the Miles Conrad Award and Memorial Lecture and the Startup Challenge