Michael Nielsen on Open Science

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"Open Science" is a growing concept for using large, distributed networks of contributors to solve previously intractable problems. This idea has strengths and weaknesses, which Nielsen explains very clearly in the video below. The presentation takes about eighteen minutes.

Could Citizen Science be a way for Open Science to become the norm?

Thanks to Dr. Eleanor Rieffel for bringing this to my attention.

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