The Software Preservation Network invites you to join us for the upcoming Quarterly Software Curation & Preservation Community Forum taking place on Tuesday, December 1, 2020 at 8 am PT / 10 am CT / 11 am ET / 3 pm UTC.
Each quarter, we invite our colleagues across professional and disciplinary communities to participate in an hour-long discussion on topics related to software curation, preservation, and reuse.
The Winter 2020 Community Forum will feature a discussion with ethical AI researchers, lawyers, and digital preservation and curation practitioners about the role of cultural repositories (such as libraries, archives, museums) in supporting long-term access to software and its composite algorithms. Featured speakers include:
- Keith Porcaro, lawyer and technologist at the Berkman Klein Center whose work focuses on how technology mediates legal decision-making
- Stephen Abrams, digital preservation practitioner from Harvard University
SUBSCRIBE to the Software Preservation Network listserv to receive reminders, calendar invites, and call-in information for the Quarterly Software Curation & Preservation Community Forums. As a Software Preservation Network (SPN) listserv subscriber, you will also receive new issues of STACKTRACE: Software Preservation Network Newsletter and announcements regarding upcoming software preservation and reuse-related events and resources.
- Type: Quarterly Forum
- Date: 12.01.20
- Location: Virtual
- Registration Dates: Sign up on the SPN list anytime before December 1st to receive an invitation.
- Cost: Free
- Scholarship information:
This event is free and open to all.
- Available Spaces: 100