ADAPT: Open Source, Real-Time AI from Remote Platforms (June 16)
The next National Innovation Center seminar features ADAPT, an open source drone payload to bring the utility of AI to the edge, allowing researchers to deploy real-time AI algorithms in the field to investigate the content and quality of their data during or shortly after collection. Join via Zoom on June 16 at 1:30 p.m. EDT.
The Carpentries Community Discussions (June 13 and June 23)
The discussions focus on support development of The Carpentries Toolkit of IDEAS (Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Accessibility Strategies). On June 13 at 3 p.m. UTC, Tara Robertson, an external equity, diversity, and inclusion (EDI) consultant, will lead a discussion. One June 23 at 3 p.m. UTC, Brynn Elliott, Accessibility Manager for The Carpentries, will discuss development of the new toolkit in support of accessibility.
ORCID Data Visualization (Due June 17)
The ORCID U.S. Community will be working with two data visualization fellows this year as part of the LEADING program (Library/Information Science (LIS) Education and Data Science Integrated Network Group), led by the Drexel University.
For this project, the fellows will pull public data out of U.S. researchers’ ORCID records to create data visualizations that can illustrate trends in researcher activity across the U.S.
The Earth science data community has a unique perspective. If you have any ideas about topics or types of questions that you would like to see answered via this data visualization project, please let the ORCID team know by filling out this brief form by Friday, June 17.
Xarray survey is available (Closes June 30)
The 2022 Xarray User Survey is out now. Please take about five minutes to fill it out and help the Xarray developers.
Lacuna Fund Invites Proposals to Develop Inclusive Climate Datasets (Due July 17)
The two funding tracks focus on machine learning datasets for equitable climate outcomes in climate and energy as well as climate and health. Proposals are due July 17 and the Lacuna Fund website has the full requirements and submission portal.
Midwest Big Data Hub: Open call for proposals (Due Aug 1)
Midwest Big Data Hub has issued a call for proposals for “Building Data-Enabled Resilient Communities.” The org invites proposals for collaborative activities that will further develop collaborative cross-sector partnerships through the Hub’s Smart & Resilient Communities Priority Area.
iCAS looking for speakers
NCAR is hosting the International Computing in the Atmospheric Sciences Symposium (iCAS) September 11-15, 2022 in Stresa, Italy. They are looking for in-person speakers and people interested can apply via this form and learn more about the gathering on the iCAS website.