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...
Marco Caspers

A right to read for machines? Part I: The introduction

We, as FutureTDM, we were happy to organise and moderate a panel discussion at the Annual Meeting 2016 of the Association for Information Science...
Kanella Pouli

Techniques, Tools and Technologies for TDM

Data comes in a variety of forms i.e. text, audio, video, images, graphs, numbers, chemical compounds, likes, etc. and can be presented in a...

The FutureTDM Workshop: Improving Uptake of Text and Data Mining in...

On 27 September 2016, FutureTDM held our first Workshop in Brussels. The event was sponsored and Chaired by the European Parliament Digital Agenda Intergroup...
Marco Caspers

Why a Copyright Exception Should Go Beyond TDM

It is a basic principle of copyright law that ideas are not protected. What copyright does protect is the original expression of those ideas....
Marco Caspers

CULT’s opinion on the TDM exception

On 6 February 2017, the Committee on Culture and Education (hereafter: CULT) published its draft opinion on the recently proposed directive on copyright in the Digital...

EU Copyright and the Path to Reform

If you are following our blogs and twitter feed, you can’t have failed to notice that there has been a fair bit of coverage...
FutureTDM

This is what Europe can do to stimulate Text and Data...

Text and data mining – using algorithms to analyse content in ways that would be impossible for humans – is shaping up to be...
Copyright for Creativity

Text and Data Mining: how the Future TDM workshop highlighted the...

For the legal geeks among us, it is now old news that the European Commission, after promising to modernise copyright, issued a rather...
LibraryOpenMinteD

TDM and the reading revolution

 You will not catch Steven Claeyssens carrying a smartphone and he will always prefer a paper book to an e-reader. Yet he is the...