How is AI being used by academic publishers? Is this technology a supplement to or a replacement for human decision-making? Questions such as these are of vital interest to everyone in the academic community.
Between July and September 2019, UNSILO ran a survey exploring attitudes to the use of AI, and how AI is being used in academic publishing. Respondents included authors, publishers, librarians, and other industry stakeholders. At this year’s Frankfurt Book Fair, on Thursday October 17, UNSILO will host two panel sessions in the Academic Theatre in Hall 4.2, chaired by Toby Green, former head of publishing at the OECD, to discuss the survey results. Each panel session is self-contained, so attendees can join either or both.
Panellists are Helen King, Digital Strategy Lead, BMJ Publishing; Josh Nicholson, co-founder and CEO, scite.ai, and Dave Flanagan, Director of Data Science, Wiley Journal Publishing. Topics to be discussed include:
The panel comprises Leslie McIntosh, Founder and CEO, Ripeta; Geoffrey Bilder, of Crossref; and Angela Cochran, ME of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE). This panel session will discuss such topics as:
No booking is required – just come along. We look forward to seeing you there!