OU Libraries creates registry for artificial intelligence research

(18 February 2019)  The University of Oklahoma Libraries invites higher education institutions to share their artificial intelligence (AI) projects in a new online registry.

Projects in Artificial Intelligence Registry (PAIR), is an online database to support collaboration and grant funding across higher education institutions exploring AI research.

“PAIR is designed to be an international registry of AI projects being developed in higher education that will help foster collaboration, cooperation and partnerships, as well as helping to find grant funding,” interim dean of OU Libraries Carl Grant said. “Registering a project is easy, requiring only a project name, keywords, and area of specialization. Additional options can indicate if they are seeking collaborators and if they’re seeking grant funding. All those fields can also be searched to find information and then provide the capability to contact the project owner.”

For the full press release, see here.