5th ICR/DDPI Joint Seminar: “Prospects and Challenges for Research Data Infrastructures in the Humanities and Social Sciences”
The Project has been holding a series of seminars intermittently on topics such as policy solutions to disparity and inequality, and the potential of digital technology (digital democracy) for such solutions.
Mr. Makoto Asaoka, the National Institute of Informatics was invited as the fifth lecturer. Nowaday, there is the age of DX, digital transformation. Also, in the humanities and social sciences, there is an increasing demand to be able to openly share and utilize a variety of research data across disciplines. Mr. Asaoka, an expert on the so-called “open data” issue, talked about the challenges and prospects of data infrastructure projects in Japan. Thank you.
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