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Comments to Jean-Claude Burgelman’s article “Politics and open science: How the European Open Science Cloud became reality (the untold story)” —‘EOSC is a bigger ME’ and the Dunning Kruger effect
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Abstract: This personal reaction is written from multiple perspectives. First and foremost, as the corresponding author of the original FAIR article. Second as the chair of the first High Level Expert Group (HLEG) of European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) (which is how I met Jean-Claude) and third from my current GO FAIR and CODATA perspective.
Keywords: European Open Science Cloud (EOSC); Dunning Kruger effect; Comments
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Mons, B.: Comments to Jean-Claude Burgelman’s article Politics and Open Science: How the European Open Science Cloud became reality (the untold story)—“EOSC is a bigger ME” and the Dunning Kruger effect. Data Intelligence 3(1), 32-39(2021). doi: 10.1162/dint_a_00074
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