The Association of Learned and Professional Society Publishers’s (ALPSP) 10th annual conference is coming up soon. The big question is “what does artificial intelligence (AI) mean for scholarly and professional publishing?”
There are experts ready to explain what AI is, how it’s impacting other industries and the potential it holds for publishing. You just have to attend to hear it. If you aren’t already registered for the September 13-15, 2017 event in the Netherlands, it isn’t too late to make plans.
There will be in-depth case studies that might make you pause to consider the ethics of AI (can machines do peer review and should they) or consider what the researcher workflow might look like.
The conference speaker line-up is full of some heavyweights in the world of publishing technology. From Joanna Bryson, Reader in Artificial Intelligence, University of Bath and Princeton Center for Information Technology Policy to Kei Koizumi, Visiting Scholar for Science Policy American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).
Melody K. Smith
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