Open Science available to everyone!

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Conférences midi

La Communauté de pratique Accès aux Données is pleased to invite you to its webinar on "Open Science available to everyone!" (June 14 from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m). The event is free and will take place on the Zoom platform.

On the program of the webinar:

  • Introduction to open science (vision and methods)
  • The choice of open science principles at the Douglas Research Center, by Geneviève Morin, Open Science Program Manager (CRD/CIUSSS-ODIM)
  • Data sharing and the example of the Canadian Open Neuroscience Platform, by Patrick Bermudez, Training and Education Manager (PCNO)
  • Recommendations and your first steps to open science
  • Q/A



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This project studies the consequences of artificial intelligence (AI) systems and data science on public discourse, as well as their usage by the new content providers on the Web. 
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