Issue Date: August 10, 2009
Adapting To The Data Explosion
Advances in digital technology have revolutionized the generation, accumulation, and storage of scientific and engineering data. The enormous amount of data generated and the intricate processing that data undergo have made it harder to verify their accuracy and validity.
To understand the implications of data explosion, a group of scientific organizations, federal agencies, and foundations asked the National Academies to look into the impacts of digital technologies on research and how the stakeholders might come . . .
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