Health Infrastructures and Learning Systems (HILS) PhD Student Marisa Conte recently represented the Knowledge Grid (KGRID) team at the 1st International Conference on FAIR Digital Objects held in Leiden, the Netherlands. Conte is also a Research Area Specialist Lead with the KGRID team. The Netherland’s conference highlighted how much the successful management, exchange and interpretation of knowledge in a growing “information tsunami” will depend on automated methods when dealing with combined data.
Two papers written by the KGRID team were included in the conference program:
- Computable phenotypes for cohort identification: core content for a new class of FAIR digital objects: Marisa Conte, Allen Flynn, Peter Boisvert, Zach Landis-Lewis, Rachel Richesson, Charles Friedman
- Linked metadata for FAIR digital objects containing computable knowledge: Allen Flynn, Marisa Conte, Peter Boisvert, Zach Landis-Lewis, Rachel Richesson, Charles Friedman