Monthly Archives: October 2014

Comments on Software Discovery Index Report

The NIH has produced a report on the requirements for a Software Discovery Index. Below you’ll find my comments posted there. I think this report reflects both demand for and consensus around the issues of software identification and use in

Posted in Paul Groth, Staff Blogs

Comments on Software Discovery Index Report

The NIH has produced a report on the requirements for a Software Discovery Index. Below you’ll find my comments posted there. I think this report reflects both demand for and consensus around the issues of software identification and use in

Posted in Paul Groth, Staff Blogs

Linking Birds: Converting the IOC World Bird List to RDF

In SEALINCMedia presentations about Accurator we often use the example of a print described as “bird near red leaf”. Although this description captures what is seen in the print,  it can be much more precise. Questions such as what sort of

Posted in Projects, SEALINCMedia, Staff Blogs

Creative Camp Hilversum

Next week (Monday 6 to Friday 10 October) we will hold the first Talk of Europe creative camp in Hilversum, the Netherlands at the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision. With five teams from Luxembourg, Norway, the Netherlands, Italy and the

Posted in Projects