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Comments on Jean-Claude Burgelman’s article “Politics and open science: how the European Open Science Cloud became reality”
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Abstract: I have heard Europeans joke about themselves saying, “America innovates, Asia imitates, and Europe hesitates.” However, ESOC is a case where Europe is innovating while America is hesitating. I’m a committed believer in Open Data (OD) and Open Science (OS), so I salute their leadership. And I appreciate Jean Claude’s giving us an insider’s view as to how this leadership (and its associated challenges) came about. I had the good fortune of “being on the inside” in some of the projects which led to today’s global Internet, so my brief remarks will focus on describing some of the salient features of the Internet development that may (or may not) apply to ESOC development.
Keywords: European Open Science Cloud (EOSC); Brussel Bubble; Comments
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Strawn, G.: Comments on Jean-Claude Burgelman’s article Politics and Open Science: How the European Open Science Cloud became reality (the untold story). Data Intelligence 3(1), 43-46 (2021). doi: 10.1162/dint_a_00075
George Strawn
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George Strawn is currently the director of the Board on Research Data and Information at the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine where he focuses on Open Science and FAIR data. Prior to joining the Academies, Dr. Strawn was the director of the National Coordination Office (NCO) for the Networking and Information Technology Research and Development (NITRD) Program and co-chair of the NITRD interagency committee.
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