Conférence #204 - CC4, une nouvelle génération de licences pour la science et les données

Communs informationnels 40 mn en_US Grand public, Professionnel Débutant

Introduction de la conférence

After more than two years of global community feedback, a new version after almost half a dozen years, the version 4 of CC licenses are the most suitable yet for scientific data and literature.
This talk will give a brief history of Creative Commons organization and structure, and then dive straight into the innovations in the new licenses to demonstrate why they are the best option for scientists wanting to practice and participate in the global open science movement.

À propos du conférencier

Biographie

Puneet Kishor is the manager of science and data policy at Creative Commons, where he works on all aspects of the scientific information lifecycle to make it systemically open and collaborative. Puneet’s current CC Science projects are focused on making better workflow tools, changing the conversation from the privacy imperative to the sharing potential of data, using personal data for public good, the role of open hardware and certification in science, legal implications of text and data mining, promoting open science in the global south, and extending the reach of CC by networking scientists from different disciplines and geographies. Puneet arrived at CC via a rural development NGO in New Delhi, the World Bank in Washington DC, a GeoSpatial consultancy, and data research at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Puneet is a data wrangler, environmental scientist, geospatial developer and Charter Member of the Open Source GeoSpatial Foundation.

Description de la conférence

After more than two years of global community feedback, a new version after almost half a dozen years, the version 4 of CC licenses are the most suitable yet for scientific data and literature.
This talk will give a brief history of Creative Commons organization and structure, and then dive straight into the innovations in the new licenses to demonstrate why they are the best option for scientists wanting to practice and participate in the global open science movement.

Programme

  • mercredi 9/7 à 11:50 | A.6.03 - 43.632729;3.864030

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