On 25th of April, Knowledge Rights 21 (KR21 an Arcadia-funded project), in association with CILIP The Library and Information Association and RLUK Research Libraries UK, will host “Open Science & AI: A UK Policy Discussion”, a one-day conference to discuss the latest policy developments around Open Science, AI, as well as broader issues of long-term sustainable access to digital knowledge. The day will comprise three sessions, in which studies commissioned by KR21 are presented, followed by a panel discussion by leading experts in the area.
Included in an exciting and thought-provoking programme will be a presentation on CREATe research funded by KR21 examining The Law and Economics of eLending in Europe. This project focuses on understanding how the different markets underpinning e-Lending function, adopting concepts and principles developed by European and national competition authorities.
The event will be held in London at Friends House, 173-177 Euston Road, on Tuesday 25th April 2023 from 9.30 am to 5 pm. Admission is free. For more information and to register, please visit: https://www.knowledgerights21.org/news-story/open-science-ai-a-uk-policy-discussion/