“The Perfect Swell: Workshop on Text and Data Mining for Data Driven Innovation” at the British Library on Friday the 27th of September 2013.
The workshop is intended as a follow-up to our joint response and subsequent withdrawal from the Licences for Europe workshop on text and data mining. It is intended as a means of initiating a broader discussion around text and data mining with the context of data driven innovation and well as providing feedback to policymakers regarding the conditions need to foster text and data mining in Europe for both research and innovation.
For further information about the workshop (logistics, venue etc.) please contact Penny Bunch, British Library penny.bunch [at] bl.uk
10.30 Registration & coffee
10.50 Welcome – Paul Ayris, LIBER President
11.00 TDM within the context of data driven innovation: economic and social potential- Chris Yiu, Head of the Digital Government Unit, Policy Exchange (UK)
11.30 The global industry perspective, John Boswell, SAS Institute
11.55 The technology perspective, Staffan Truvé, Recorded Future
12.15 The publishing/open access perspective, Cameron Neylon, PLOS
13.35 The SME perspective, Import.io
13.55 The researcher perspective, Jean-Fred Fontain, MDC Berlin
14.05 The research infrastructure perspective – Dieter Van Uytvanck, CLARIN
14.25 The legal perspective, Lucie Guibault, University of Amsterdam
14.50 Coffee break
15.10 Panel Session: Where do we go from here? (What are the conditions we need in place to realise the potential of TDM in Europe) [Chair: Paul Ayris, UCL; Panel: Caroline Dynes (Royal Society)(TBC), Nilu Satharasinghe (Epistora), Lucie Guibault (UvA), John McNaught (University of Manchester].
16.40 Close and invitation from C4C