Second-Generation Open Access: Building an Open Content
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08 February 2007
John Wilbanks, Executive Director of the Science Commons project at Creative Commons
The Open Access movement reserves the right to re-use the peer reviewed literature: translation, republication, annotation and analysis. John Wilbanks, Executive Director of the Science Commons project at Creative Commons, lays out the key elements of a test case in this area called the Neurocommons, in which machine-readable representations of neuroscience-related knowledge are extracted using natural language processing and other automated technologies.
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