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  Lucidworks: Patient Outcomes Improve With IoT and Machine Learning Healthcare-acquired infections impact patients’ health and mortality at alarming rates. Read on to see how they can be largely preventable with an AI network. The post Patient Outcomes Improve With IoT and Machine Learning appeared first on Lucidworks. … Source: Code4libPublished on 2019-12-11By Lise Millay Stevens LITA: Jobs in Information Technology: December 11, 2019 New this week Senior Specialist – Makerspace, Middle Tennessee State University, Walker Library, Murfreesboro, TNUser Experience Librarian, Auburn University, Auburn … Read More

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  Lucidworks: How CADnection Unlocks CAD Data to Drive Productivity Explore how CADnection can be used to decrease costs and reduce duplicate work by unlocking data stored in CAD models. The post How CADnection Unlocks CAD Data to Drive Productivity appeared first on Lucidworks. … Source: Code4libPublished on 2019-12-09By Martin van der Roest pinboard: The Code4Lib Journal – COLUMN: We Love Open Source Software. No, You Can’t Have Our Code Librarians are among the strongest proponents of open source software. … Read More

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  Digital Library Federation: Fellow Reflection: Alex O’Keefe This post was written by Alex O’Keefe, who received a GLAM Cross-Pollinator Fellowship to attend this year’s DLF Forum. Alex is the Arts Digital Projects Librarian at the Robert B. Haas Family Arts Library at Yale University, and an active member of the Art Library Society of North America (ARLIS/NA). She currently serves … Source: Code4libPublished on 2019-12-06By Gayle John Mark Ockerbloom: 2020 vision #2: When We Were Very Young by A. A. Milne I … Read More

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  John Mark Ockerbloom: 2020 vision #2: When We Were Very Young by A. A. Milne I mentioned in my previous post that I was looking forward to works entering the public domain in the US as a routine annual event. This coming January 1, we’ll have the second large expiration of copyrights in the US since 1998 (the first being the most recent January 1).  … Source: Code4libPublished on 2019-12-05By John Mark Ockerbloom William Denton: Associate dean job open … Read More

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  Peter Murray: Publishers going-it-alone (for now?) with GetFTR In early December 2019, a group of publishers announced Get-Full-Text-Research, or GetFTR for short. I read about this first in Roger Schonfeld’s “Publishers Announce a Major New Service to Plug Leakage” piece in The Scholarly Kitchen via Jeff Pooley’s Twitter thread and blog post. Details about how this works are … Source: Code4libPublished on 2019-12-03By Peter Murray (jester@dltj.org) Eric Hellman: Your Identity, Your Library Today, your identity on the Internet is … Read More

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