STPI - NARLabs

Open Data and TDM in Taiwan

FutureTDM recently met with Taiwan based NARLabs, a non-profit institute combining a number of national laboratories working on key technologies. We talked about the...

FutureTDM Workshop II

On 29 March, FutureTDM held our second workshop on improving the uptake of EU text and data mining (TDM) in Brussels.Kindly hosted by leading...
OpenMinteD

Text and data mining in history

Joris van Eijnatten is professor of cultural history at Utrecht University, The Netherlands. He has a fascination for numbers that not many historians have....
Donat Agosti

Copyright and the Use of Images as Biodiversity Data

We live in a visual world – but when TDM is discussed, images are rarely mentioned. This is astonishing for taxonomy, the science of...
Freyja van den Boom

FutureTDM reports on APE 2017

A few weeks ago the FutureTDM poster travelled to Berlin to be shown during the APE conference organized by Academic Publishing in Europe (APE)Publishing...
Freyja van den Boom

APE2017: Publishing Ethics, Doing the Right Thing – Doing Things Right

FutureTDM will be present at the Academic Publishing in Europe (APE) conference in Berlin. We look forward to presenting our FutureTDM consortium poster and...
Jan Strycharz

Trend analysis, future applications and economics of TDM

Text and Data Mining (TDM) has a vital role to play to ensure that Big Data exerts an economic impact. Gleaning value from vast...
OpenMinteD

White Paper on Community Requirements for Text and Data Mining

Text and data mining is important to different scientific communities, but what do these different user communities need to mine succesfully?  One of the...
Freyja van den Boom

OpenCon Conference 2016

Every year Opencon brings together leading students and early career academic professionals from across the world to discuss and learn about issues related to...

FutureTDM at the EUhackathon: Visualising Copyright Evidence

The theme of the 6th edition of the EUhackathon held in Brussels last week was ‘visualising copyright evidence to inform the policy debate...