Reflecting on the Charleston Conference Vendor Showcase @lisalibrarian share what she did — and didn’t — see.
Separately, both open research and AI are considered disrupters, causes of disorder in the normal continuance of scholarly publishing. But approaching them in a synchronized way can offer more productivity gains and efficiencies than taking them on individually.
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Today, Alice Meadows and Roger Schonfeld introduce a new interview series – Kitchen Essentials – featuring leaders of some of the key scholarly infrastructure organizations globally.
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Functional silos lead to customer data silos. Can you get a full view of customer engagement without re-architecting your whole organization?
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A report of the Chef’s panel on AI, Open content, and research integrity during the Frankfurt Book Fair.
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Some beautiful winners in this year’s Nikon Small World in Motion video microscopy competition.
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With yet another stumble from Twitter/X, Angela Cochran looks at the numbers and asks whether all the efforts journals have put into building and maintaining journal Twitter accounts have been worth it.
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Julie Zhu reflects on the IEEE’s journey with the Open Discovery Initiative (ODI) and the benefits of ODI conformance statements.
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Are there enough reviewers though to meet demand and is the peer review process efficient enough to handle the sheer volume of papers being published? How can a combination of human expertise and AI make the peer review process more efficient?
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The role of libraries and archives as streaming grows, choice declines, and the death of the red envelopes arrives.
In 2023, AI has been back in the news in a big way. Large Language Models and ChatGPT threatened our’s and many other industries with huge disruption. As with so many threatened techno-shocks, a large degree of this one was hype, but what will happen after the hype fades. What, if anything, will be the lasting legacy of ChatGPT?
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A panel attending the 2023 AUPresses Meeting hosted a conversation about optimizing books metadata and measuring its impact on search experiences in the mainstream web.
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