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UK First ConTech Forum to focus on smart content with AI and machine learning, author led content marketing, modelling student data and more - 11 Jun 2019

The ConTech Forum, scheduled for June 21 in London, will see speakers tackle the impact of AI, machine learning, data science and other emerging technologies on content creation, dissemination and consumption. Elsevier’s Jabe Wilson will talk about delivering answers from smart content with AI and machine learning. Sabine Louet from SciencePOD surfs the new content marketing wave. Daniel McCrea of Adaptemy will talk about modelling student data to improve educational content.

Delegates will also be able to explore the ConTech 2019 draft programme in a fully interactive session, their comments and input throughout the day will quite literally shape the event.

Join Ixxus, SPi Global, Jove, Wiley, Clarivate, Ontotext, Molecular Connections, IET, Benevolent AI, Scholarcy, Morressier, Chemical Watch, EBSCO and many more.

ConTech Forum offers the knowledge, the contacts and the experience to create a blueprint that will help navigate the future of content businesses. The full programme and speaker list is available online at https://contechlive.com/contech-forum-2019/.

You can book to attend the ConTech Forum for just £195 today or book to attend ConTech 2019 and come for free. Only a few spaces are left. Interested parties may visit ConTech Forum to book now. Limited ConTech Forum sponsorship opportunities are still available.

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German Directorate of National Research Data Infrastructure to be located in Karlsruhe - 11 Jun 2019

The National Research Data Infrastructure (NFDI) has the objective to systematically index, edit, interconnect and make available the valuable stock of data from science and research. So far, these data have mostly been available in a decentralised, project-related, or temporary form. The federation and the states will fund the NFDI jointly. Digital data storage is an indispensable prerequisite for treating new research issues, generating findings, and making innovations. The Joint Science Conference (GWK) has now decided to establish the NFDI Directorate in Karlsruhe and to entrust Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) and FIZ Karlsruhe with the corresponding tasks in the complex foundation phase.

A central element of the NFDI will be consortia in which users and providers of research data interact with information infrastructure institutions. The NFDI will be a legal entity of its own and managed and coordinated by the Directorate and its office.

The Directorate will be located in the city center of Karlsruhe. The mandate of KIT and FIZ Karlsruhe will end as soon as the NFDI will be a legal entity of its own after extensive development work.

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US IOP Publishing to include 80 journals in DeepDyve’s rental service for scientific and scholarly research - 11 Jun 2019

DeepDyve, an online rental service for scientific and scholarly research, and IOP Publishing (IOPP) have announced that IOPP will add 80 of its scientific journals to DeepDyve’s rental service for peer-reviewed journals.

IOPP’s portfolio represents an important addition of physics-related content to DeepDyve’s continually expanding library of more than 20 million articles, sourced from more than 15,000 journals.

DeepDyve users enjoy unlimited, full-text, read-only access to millions of articles in the DeepDyve collection, along with a suite of integrated workflow tools to streamline their research and collaborate with colleagues across their organisation.

As the largest online rental service for scientific and scholarly research, DeepDyve is especially well-suited to researchers in small to mid-tier enterprises who are no longer affiliated with academic libraries and lack the resources of larger institutions that typically offer their employees access to this valuable information.

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US DynaMed founder, Dr. Brian S. Alper, leads effort to define certainty of net benefit for healthcare - 11 Jun 2019

On June 4, 2019, BMJ Open published an open access paper which defines the ‘certainty of net benefit’ as a proposed method to report the impact of clinical recommendations. The report follows two years of development and deliberation within the Grading of Recommendations, Assessment, Development and Evaluation (GRADE) Working Group, an international collaborative that defines the most widely used method for expressing the certainty of evidence and strength of recommendations in clinical practice guidelines.

The paper’s lead author, Dr. Brian S. Alper, is the founder of DynaMed®, a point-of-care information resource for healthcare professionals that provides a synthesised and curated summary of the best current evidence and guidelines, and the Vice President of Innovations and Evidence-Based Medicine Development for EBSCO Information Services (EBSCO), a company that is developing a prominent role in solving some of the greatest challenges in healthcare decision-making.

Defining Certainty of Net Benefit: A GRADE Concept Paper describes in detail how a guideline developer or other information provider reporting evidence and guidance for healthcare can explicitly determine and express the certainty that the benefits outweigh the harms for a specific decision. EBSCO also provides a free online calculator to allow developers to determine the certainty of net benefit without requiring advanced statistical software.

The certainty of net benefit concept today is described from the perspective of a guideline developer speaking to a healthcare professional. The EBSCO Health Innovations team is actively evaluating systems to apply and introduce the concept for personal use to identify health improvement opportunities and support individualised shared decision-making tools.

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US CCC to sponsor International Publishers Association’s upcoming conference in Nairobi: ‘Africa Rising’ - 11 Jun 2019

Copyright Clearance Center, Inc. (CCC), a leader in advancing copyright, accelerating knowledge, and powering innovation, is sponsoring and participating in the International Publishers Association’s (IPA) conference on ‘Africa Rising: Realizing Africa’s Potential as a Global Publishing Leader in the 21st Century’ in Nairobi, Kenya, June 14-15.

Through initiatives of this kind, CCC partners with like-minded organisations to foster copyright and licensing as essential ingredients of healthy, sustainable, and effective publishing industries.

Under the auspices of its International Advancement Program, CCC has supported collective licensing bodies in Ghana, the Philippines, Zambia, Jamaica, and Argentina, helping them build organisations, systems, and processes to enable licensing of academic and scholarly content in local universities and schools. The program offers a range of support based on local needs, such as training, mentoring, and providing customized materials and resources. A good example of this work is where CCC helped establish the local Reproduction Rights Organization of Ghana, CopyGhana.

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