In 2019 and 2020, Tillis, in his capacity as chair of the Senate IP subcommittee, held a series of hearings focused on known problems with several DMCA provisions and has stated his intent to put forward a legislative fix for which there may be bipartisan support — and controversy.
The walls surrounding research and scholarship have largely fallen, razed by the coronavirus pandemic. Today, the general public avidly follows developments in research related to COVID-19. And the range of concerns goes well beyond virology or epidemiology.
Not all knowledge graphs are created equal and some approaches yield better results than others.
Two of the most mundane aspects of the copyright system, the registration and deposit requirements, are also perhaps the most often overlooked when looking for “interesting aspects of copyright” to examine.
It was likely an outside disruptor would force changes to the scientific publishing ecosystem. COVID-19 has been that disruptor.
Knowledge and information managers are curating and processing a diverse range of sources that are useful for multiple functions across an organization, from business intelligence and strategy to legal affairs and financial planning.
Knowledge graphs are emerging as a graphical means of managing and more succinctly expressing the complex, interconnected relationships that result from processing a large volume of data from multiple sources.