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NFAIS Forethought Webinar, Artificial Intelligence #1 – Planning for Implementation - April 8, 2020

While in many ways, artificial intelligence (AI) is still in nascent form, more and more information providers are exploring its implications for their businesses and services. In the first session of this two-part webinar, a panel of experts will convene in a roundtable discussion to consider how information companies like yours might — and do — use AI to enhance their products and services; how you can you best strategically approach the technology needed to do so; what costs may be incurred; and what’s the right balance between customization and privacy. If your organization is starting to use AI — or planning to do so — then this webinar will help get you up to speed on the questions you need to be considering as you plan for your implementation.
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NISO Webinar


Helping people gain a greater understanding of the information community — our issues and concerns, challenges and opportunities — is core to NISO's mission. Our events are a key element of this, with our popular webinar program at their heart. And, following the NISO/NFAIS merger earlier this year, all NISO members can now attend all 14 webinars in 2020 completely free of charge! This includes an unlimited number of places and full access to a recording of each webinar for anyone who is unable to attend the event itself.
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Ann Gabriel

Senior Vice President, Global Strategic Networks, Elsevier


Ann Gabriel and her global team engage with key stakeholders across the research enterprise to establish strategic collaborations and to use analytics and data to address societal challenges in the area of sustainability, diversity and inclusion, and open science. She has held a variety of positions at the forefront of scholarly communication, most recently as Elsevier’s Publishing Director for journals in Computer Science and Engineering, as well as electronic product development for Elsevier’s ScienceDirect platform. She was previously with Cambridge University Press. Ann represents Elsevier on several STM (Scientific, Technical & Medical) industry committees, including the CHORUS board, each with a mission to enhance access to scientific data and publication. Ann holds a master’s degree in communications from the University of Pennsylvania.
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Jessica Cox

Technology Researcher, Elsevier Labs, Elsevier


Jessica Cox is a technology researcher in the Elsevier Labs group. Her primary research focus is on making biomedical text machine readable and leveraging NLP and data science to extract deeper insights from the literature. Before joining Elsevier, Jessica was a biomedical research scientist, working primarily in environmental toxicology. She received her PhD in Biomedical Science from The Ohio State University.
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Neil Blair Christensen

Sales Director, Americas, UNSILO/ Cactus Communications


Neil Blair Christensen is Sales Director, Americas at UNSILO, a Cactus Communications company. UNSILO is an AI company that specializes in text intelligence solutions. Prior to joining UNSILO, his experiences span 17 years in international publishing roles with Munksgaard, Blackwell, Nature Publishing Group, Wiley, and University of California Press. He has worked with production, editorial, product management, and business development across many subject domains and product types. https://www.linkedin.com/in/neilblairchristensen/
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Peter Ciufetti

Chief Technology Officer, Coherent Digital


As CTO of Coherent Digital, Peter Ciuffetti is building information products in Policy, Mental Health and other primary sources. Peter has been in the information industry since 1984 and has held senior technical positions at Proquest, Alexander Street, Credo Reference, HW Wilson and others.
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Ray Abruzzi

Publisher, Wiley Digital Archives & Consultant, History Lab, Columbia University


Ray Abruzzi is the publisher for Wiley Digital Archives, a program to digitize the archival holdings of learned societies. Ray has been working for over a decade to make primary sources accessible to students, educators, and researchers, and has partnered with over 300 libraries, archives, and other institutions around the world to digitize archival and library collections. Ray has over 20 years of experience in academic publishing across a variety of roles. Ray is a senior at Columbia University’s School of General Studies where he is a member of the Center for Science and Society, the executive editor of the Columbia Journal of History, and a consultant on History Lab.
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Sam Herbert

CEO and Co-Founder, 67 Bricks


Sam Herbert is CEO and Co-Founder of 67 Bricks. Sam has the rare ability to recognise each client’s needs and the capacity to help people understand and unravel the complexities of today’s technologies, and build products and platforms that deliver compelling user experiences. He has worked with some of academic publishing’s most respected firms including SAGE, Emerald Publishing, Taylor & Francis and Wiley.
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Simon Porter

Director of Innovation, Digital Science


Simon Porter came to Digital Science from the University of Melbourne, where he has worked for the past 15 years in roles spanning the Library, Research Administration, and Information Technology. Beginning from a core strength in the understanding of how information on research is collected, Simon has forged a career transforming university practices in how data about research is used, both from administrative and eResearch perspectives