I love PIDs – and so should you!

Persistent Identifiers or PIDs allow us to uniquely identify digital research resources like publications and datasets, ensuring the resources remain accessible over time. This blog post takes you through the concept of PIDs, and how PIDs help make our research FAIR. The post also explains the different kinds of PIDs that currently exist for publications, datasets, people, organisations and grants.

ODISSEI Lunch Lecture: The robot or the brain? Building a classifier for visual news frames of Artificial Intelligence

On Tuesday 6 December between 12-13 hrs, dr. Irina Lock (University of Amsterdam) will give an online Lunch Lecture on the framing of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in online media images. We warmly invite you to attend this lecture, learn more about the framing of images related to Artificial Intelligence and how computational methods can be used to detect and classify frames in images.

CBS – ODISSEI Microdata Meeting – Woonbase: Who lives where with whom?

On November 15 from 13.00 to 14.00 hours, dr. Corina Huisman (Statistics Netherlands, CBS) will present Woonbase, a new database made available by CBS. “Who lives where and with whom?” is a central question in research on the housing market. Together with the Ministry of the Interior and Kingdom Relations, Statistics Netherlands developed a database in which data from different sources are combined: the Woonbase.