26th Open Science Meet-up: Open Science and AI

Large Conference Room (SUB Göttingen)

Large Conference Room

SUB Göttingen

Platz der Göttinger Sieben 1 (If you are not feeling well or have other reasons to join remotely: We use our BBB-Room: https://meet.gwdg.de/b/jul-hnd-nk7 for the presentation. But we can not provide a full hybrid meeting)
Astrid Orth (SUB Göttingen), Birgit Schmidt (SUB Göttingen), Daniel Beucke (SUB Göttingen), Julika Mimkes (SUB Göttingen)

Increasingly research and communication processes make use of artificial intelligence (AI) technologies and tools - ranging from discovery processes, the analysis and enrichment of information and data to tools that assist in scientific writing, peer review and scholarly communication.

In this session we would like to discuss two perspectives: how Open Science can support or bolster AI applications (e.g. use of open data, open source) and in turn how Open Science can benefit from AI (e.g. creating code, summaries or lay abstracts). However, both may come with opportunities and potential pitfalls (e.g. reinforcement of biases in the data; fake papers, data and/or images).

Suggestions for possible speakers or short reports on own experiences (e.g. use of an AI tool with a link to Open Science practices) are very welcome. 


Notes from the meeting will be taken here: https://pad.gwdg.de/OpenScienceGOE20230315

More about the Open Science Göttingen Meet-ups via https://pad.gwdg.de/OpenScienceGOE#

    • 1
      Welcome & Round of introductions
    • 2
      • AI in the Writing Process - GippLab, SUB Göttingen
      • AI and responsible conduct of research - Katharina Beier, Ombudsperson, UGOE
      • AI and IPR regulations - Michael Ernst, SUB Göttingen
        e.g. what licenses are sufficient for legal use of documents in AIs (e.g. Creative Commons), what is covered by TDM exceptions
    • 2:30 PM
      Coffee & tea break
    • 3
      Show & Tell

      3-4 showcases of practical examples (5-7 min / each).

      • Where's ChatGPT? Reporting AI Systems in Scientific Works - GippLab, SUB Göttingen
      • Demos of discovery and knowledge organisation tools
        • Open Knowledge Maps - Peter Kraker (tbc)
        • Open Research Knowledge Graph - Vinodh Ilangovan, TIB Hannover
      • Add 1-2 short presentations
    • 4


    • 5
      Summary, updates & what’s next