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Approaching Artificial Intelligence and Open Research in Sync: Opportunities and Challenges

As scholarly publishing starts to come to grips with changes around open research (OR), artificial intelligence (AI) and generative AI (GAI) have crashed onto the scene, with the launch of GAI products such as ChatGPT and Google Bard boosting applications and usage. AI is growing fast and has shifted from the R&D and prototype stage […]

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Open access agreements: Empowering librarians to be OA champions

Librarians and institutions partner with Springer Nature to promote open research through their negotiation and participation in different types of OA agreements. These agreements include hybrid and fully OA portfolios, with the key focus of all being the coverage of publishing fees for authors from participating institutions. Authors affiliated with institutions that are part of […]

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Scholarly publishing is evolving into a data-driven industry

Data is the driving force behind everything today. Publishers are increasingly embracing technologies like AI to help them transition from being mere traditional content providers to data-driven product companies. Conventional methods of publication based on intuition and judgment have given way to technologically informed methods based on conclusions obtained from data sets. Leading publishing businesses […]

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Revisiting: When is a Publisher not a Publisher? Cobbling Together the Pieces to Build a Workflow Business

Workflows are neither features, nor products, nor businesses. They are sets of activities that can be understood as a process and to some degree systematized. Researcher workflows focus on the individual or collaborative research process, including everything from undergraduate paper writing to the most leading edge laboratory research. University business processes are another kind of […]

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Infrastructure is key to supporting the sector’s shift towards open access for monographs

In a little more than 18 months, the new UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) open access (OA) policy for monographs, book chapters and edited collections will take effect. Jisc is considering the implications for this policy and how to support the sector through this in an affordable way. Institutions and libraries can play an active […]

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Knowledgespeak is a leading online STM publishing news aggregation service reporting on all developments within the Scholarly publishing industry, including open access, author support, peer review, etc. . OntoSpeak is a part of Knowledgespeak that caters to the taxonomy, thesauri & ontology and semantic publishing segment.