In the first of a two part series presented by CCC, thought-leaders discuss the 2021 outlook for publishing, Open Access, Open Research, new workflows, K-12, digital transformation and copyright.
CCC’s knowledge graph can aid in the identification of peer reviewers and understanding of the research landscape for coronavirus-related publications and has uses ranging from publication ethics to marketing analysis.
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.
Join CCC and Double L Digital’s Phill Jones on October 28 for an look at how knowledge graphs can solve real R&D business problems.
On October 14, CCC will join Evidence Partners for a webinar that will debunk the myths of AI and explore pragmatic applications of these technologies that can be validated and used today to dramatically improve the speed, quality, and transparency of this important research.
AI programs for creating “good enough” content are already here. Blog posts, technical manuals, and financial reports cannot be far behind. Those of us who write them either need to step up, or move over.
Digital transformation has the potential to accelerate the standards development process, increasing efficiency and improving the overall experience for standards publishers.