Link Roundup April 2023


Cameron Cook

NIH is holding a public listening session on the NIH Plan to Enhance Public Access to the Results of NIH-Supported Research this April.

A reminder that Google Workspace storage limits will be changing for UW-Madison. While most individuals won’t be affected, if you use Google Workspace in your research workflows be sure to read up on the new policy so you are well prepared!

Applications for the OSG User School are now open! The school will be held in August 2023 and will help attendees learn how to use high-throughput computing systems!

Jennifer Patiño

The White House’s Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) memo, issued January 11, 2023,  included a commitment from the National Endowment for the Humanities to “addressing issues of accessibility and usability, and designing equitable, open, replicable, and sustainable” research in the humanities. In this context a new brief from Ithaka S+R asks, “Are the Humanities Ready for Data Sharing?”

Researchers at Northwestern University and the University of Chicago found that fake scientific abstracts and research papers generated using OpenAI’s highly-advanced chatbox ChatGPT fooled scientists into thinking they were real reports nearly one-third of the time in a recent study. They recommended that journals and medical conferences maintain implement AI output detectors when reviewing papers and maintain rigorous scientific standards.