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Adam Hyde's thoughts on open source, AI, and publishing.

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Feb
23
Structured Knowledge Units

Structured Knowledge Units

One standout development in artificial intelligence since late 2022 has been the rapid evolution of AI's approaches to
1 min read
Feb
20
Lessons from the Trenches: Building a Scholarly Editor from Scratch

Lessons from the Trenches: Building a Scholarly Editor from Scratch

For years, our goal of pioneering HTML-first publishing workflows faced a major roadblock – the lack of robust online editors capable
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Feb
13
Simplifying JATS Production: An Innovative Approach

Simplifying JATS Production: An Innovative Approach

Structured XML in the JATS (Journal Article Tag Suite) format has long been a challenge for the scholarly publishing industry.
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Feb
09
Fauxpen Scholarly Platforms

Fauxpen Scholarly Platforms

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Jan
31
AI - Open or Closed for Business?

AI - Open or Closed for Business?

The scholarly publishing sector is locked up in a lot of proprietary systems. These systems are expensive whether the publisher
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Jan
25
Return to Zero

Return to Zero

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Jan
23
Is Email an Important AI UI for Publishing?

Is Email an Important AI UI for Publishing?

Email has been around for so long and is so ubiquitous it passes one qualification metric of infrastructure - we
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Jan
16
Custom GPTs - What is the Point?

Custom GPTs - What is the Point?

In November 2023, OpenAI introduced the GPT Builder, a tool designed to simplify the creation of custom GPTs (https://openai.
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Jan
13
"As AI progresses, it’s less and less “AI.” (Lev Manovich)

"As AI progresses, it’s less and less “AI.” (Lev Manovich)

Just posting a very interesting comment by Lev Manovich (Professor at City University of New York - http://manovich.net/
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Jan
12
Two New GPTs

Two New GPTs

I have created two new GPTs for the store. Both experiments to see what we can do. If anyone wishes
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