The philosophy behind FAIR has deeper implications than good data stewardship and reproducibility.
As print textbooks eventually do give way to courseware, industry analyst Michael Cairns says, college professors, administrators and students will appreciate an education delivered in 21st century models.
Over the coming months, CCC will publish a series of occasional posts on the topic of Peer Review in a COVID World, exploring various facets of the impact of data and peer review in scholarly publishing.
While issues of global competition and economic and cultural hegemony are certainly issues that must be considered in the development and deployment of AI, they are far from the only issues presented by AI in relation to culture.
Under the EU Digital Single Market Directive, as a rule, both platforms and uploading users need proper licenses.
CCC salutes and celebrates the historic milestone passed recently by the US Copyright Office: its 150th year of continuous operation.