The lively discussion between Dr. Mark Musen (Stanford), Dr. Stephan Schurer (U. Miami) and Dr. Janice Kranz (CDD) is now available.
The panelists considered a future where computers perform experiments side-by-side with scientists. In that future, having FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, and Reusable) data is essential. The panelists helped reframe the CDD's outlook on scientific contributions and provided ideas on how to use data collected from scientists and computers.
Learn more about the CDD expert tools and how non-computational scientists can take advantage.