Darrell Wayne Gunter

Darrell Wayne GunterDarrell is very active in the information industry with memberships in AAP/PSP, ISTME and SSP and serving as an SIIA CODiE judge since 2007. He Co-Chaired, PSP’s Committee for Digital Innovation from 2011-2018 and is a former Associate Editor of the Learned Journal published by the ALPSP. A graduate of Seton Hall University's W. Paul Stillman School of Business, he obtained his BS Business Administration (Marketing) and earned his MBA from the Lake Forest Graduate School of Management. He also graduated from Rutgers CUEED’s Entrepreneur Pioneer’s Initiative program and completed the MIT Sloan Exec Edu – Blockchain Technologies: Blockchain Innovation


Transforming Scholarly Publishing With Blockchain Technologies and AI
Darrell Wayne Gunter. © 2021. 336 pages.
Every industry will be positively affected by blockchain and AI technology at some point. However, blockchain is a misunderstood technology within the publishing realm. The...
Is AI in Your Future?: AI Considerations for Scholarly Publishers
Darrell Wayne Gunter. © 2021. 17 pages.
AI was first coined by John McCarthy in 1956. Vannevar Bush penned an article, “As We Make Think,” that was first published in The Atlantic, and five years later, Alan Turning...
Blockchain and Scholarly Publishing Industry: Current Use Cases – New Efficiencies in Scholarly Publishing
Darrell W. Gunter. © 2021. 10 pages.
This chapter will explore how blockchain and AI technology will address the current problems in the current publishing workflow including the author manuscript submission...
Blockchain and Scholarly Publishing Industry: Potential Uses Cases – Applications of Blockchain in Academic Publishing
Edward Reiner, Darrell W. Gunter. © 2021. 12 pages.
Blockchain has broad application in academic publishing and addresses necessary benefits in cost containment, improved workflow, and business management. In particular...
The Semantic Web: History, Applications and Future Possibilities
Darrell Gunter. © 2012. 10 pages.
The Semantic Web provides a common structure that allows data to be shared and reused across a variety of applications. The history and terminology of the Semantic Web, examples...