- DAY 1Opening Keynote: Mark Walport - 1st talk as Chief Scientific Advisor to HM Government
- — ISA tools (@isatools)Thu, Apr 11 2013 09:00:15
- — Taylor&Francis Open (@TandFOpen)Thu, Apr 11 2013 09:02:38#openoxford sir mark walport: Openly collected science helps policy makers, cf AshTag. Only the beginning,novel sources of info arising.
- — Webscience Student (@renepickhardt)Thu, Apr 11 2013 09:04:18sir mark walport in his keynote at #openoxford data has to be intelligible, accessible, assessable, and usable. I fully agree
- — Jenny Molloy (@jenny_molloy)Thu, Apr 11 2013 09:04:23
- — Mike Taylor (@MikeTaylor)Thu, Apr 11 2013 09:04:43Walport at #OpenOxford: data -> information -> knowledge -> application. Me: steps 1-3 are technical; step 4 is political. Requires CC BY.
- — Taylor&Francis Open (@TandFOpen)Thu, Apr 11 2013 09:09:51#openoxford walport: need for 'intelligent openness' (eg patents to protect commercial interests but encourage openness).
- — Jenny Molloy (@jenny_molloy)Thu, Apr 11 2013 09:16:43Walport: private data impacting public safety should be made available e.g. clinical trials, aircraft safety #openoxford
- — Taylor&Francis Open (@TandFOpen)Thu, Apr 11 2013 09:19:25Walport: openness should be the default, cf Hamburg ecoli outbreak, release of info under open data licence 2 expedite research #openoxford
- — Mike Taylor (@MikeTaylor)Thu, Apr 11 2013 09:19:36#OpenOxford Specifically, Walport points out danger of openness IN SOME CASES, e.g. discovery of new poison. Absent special cases, be open.
- — Webscience Student (@renepickhardt)Thu, Apr 11 2013 09:20:12#openoxford I really wonder about walport's viewpoint is on gene patents like monsanto http://www.avaaz.org/en/monsanto_vs_mother_earth_loc/?slideshow …vs…
Rigour and Openness in 21st Century Science #openoxford
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