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October 10th, 2023
SiQ Supports New NISO Working Group: Operationalising Open Access Business Processes
Against the backdrop of transition from journal subscriptions to open access (OA), the National Information Standards Organisation (NISO) has convened a working group to make recommendations on best practices for OA business processes.
SiQ COO Stuart Maxwell is delighted to be part of this working group. SiQ’s participation continues our ongoing commitment and support for working groups with entities such as NISO and COUNTER to further open standards and best practices for the knowledge community.
August 24th, 2023
Seven Cs of AI – Best Practices for Wrangling Artificial Intelligence Applications
A year ago we posted a thought piece around best practices in data management and reporting to increase trust and value from our data, summarised as the Seven Cs of Compliance, Confidence, Consolidation, Consistency, Clarity, Context and Causation.
A year is a long time in data. Since last August we have seen the ‘rise of AI’. So, we have revisited the Seven Cs and considered how these same best practices can help shape and steer our understanding and use of AI tools.