Carnegie Mellon University has moved two conferences online this year due to the pandemic. The first is Artificial Intelligence for Data Discovery and Reuse (AIDR), on October 19. I had the opportunity to participate in this last year, and it was an outstanding meeting that explored a number of poorly investigated issues about how AI technologies might help to improve data discovery and data reuse. The second Symposium, on October 20, deals with Open Science (OSS). Web sites for these two meetings (which include detailed agendas and registration information) are at:
There is no charge for registration, and you can register for both symposia at once.