Monthly Archives: September 2017

CopyCamp2017 4: What is (Responsible) ContentMining?

My non-profit organization contentmine.org has the goal of making contentmining universally available to everyone through three arms: Advocacy. Why it's so valuable and why you should convince others and why restrictions should be removed. Community. We need a large vibrant … Continue reading

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CopyCamp2017 3: The Hague Declaration and why ContentMining is important

In 2015 LIBER (The European body for Research Libraries) collected a number of leading figures in the Library and Scholarship world to create the Hague Declaration on freedom for Text and Data Mining. This stated not only the aspirations but … Continue reading

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CopyCamp 2: workshop on ContentMining - what is it and how to do it

In the last post I explained why I became interested in contentmining to do scientific research and started to explain how it it is still a major political and legal challenge. I am excited that I have been asked to … Continue reading

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CopyCamp: why Copyright reform has failed TDM / ContentMining - 1 The vision and the tragedy

I am honoured to have been invited to speak at CopyCamp2017,  "The Internet of Copyrighted Things" .  I've not been to CopyCamp before, but I've been to similar events and I'm delighted to see it is sponsored by organisations, some … Continue reading

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