Category Archives: Open Science

CREATe Symposium 2019: Information, (Research) Data and Open Science Workshop

The opening remarks were followed by a panel presentation and discussion that started with a brief but thorough overview of the regulatory framework and continued with two very insightful examples of how data and their (unclear?) legal status impact on … Continue reading

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OpenAIRE Research: Legal issues in Dealing with Research Data & Making your repository Open

OpenAIRE is a European H2020 funded infrastructure aimed at promoting Open Science and open scholarly communications. As the coordinator of the legal task force on copyright and data, Dr. Thomas Margoni presented a webinar on ‘Legal issues in Dealing with … Continue reading

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New Working Paper: Artificial Intelligence, Machine learning and EU copyright law: Who owns AI?

Now available is a new paper in the CREATe Working Paper series: Artificial Intelligence, Machine learning and EU copyright law: Who owns AI? by Thomas Margoni Dr Thomas Margoni is a Senior Lecturer in Intellectual Property and Internet Law at the … Continue reading

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When Creativity Goes Open Source

In this guest blog post, CREATe Fellow Kris Erickson (former director of postgraduate research at CREATe) discusses findings from his recently published study, which explores how creative firms use free and open materials to generate value. An enduring puzzle has animated … Continue reading

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Report: Dataset Licensing Workshop – ‘Choose the Right Rights, Use the Data Right’

The recent Dataset Licensing workshop “Choose the Right Rights, Use the Data Right,” took place on Friday 29 June 2018 at the Hilton Grosvenor Hotel, Glasgow. The Dataset Licensing Project  is the result of collaboration between CREATe, the Research Information Management … Continue reading

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New Articles Published from CREATe Open Film Project

The CREATe  Open Film: Open Source project has achieved a striking success in getting two linked articles accepted for publication in the journal Information, Communication and Society. The first paper is Evi Giannatou, Gian Marco Campagnolo, Michael Franklin, James K … Continue reading

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‘Choose the Right Rights, Use the Data Right’: Upcoming Dataset Licensing Workshop

‘Choose the Right Rights, Use the Data Right’: Dataset Licensing Workshop Friday 29 June Hilton Grosvenor Hotel Glasgow This event, which is already fully subscribed, is the third in a series of workshops, run in collaboration between CREATe and the … Continue reading

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Report: The Open Science Fair #OSFair2017

On September 6-8, a lively delegation of researchers, enterprises and policy makers from all over the world met in Athens for the Open Science Fair, the inaugural international conference on Open Science and the first of its kind in Europe. … Continue reading

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