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Science Commons News: An Open Data project from Google?

Kaitlin Thaney, March 9th, 2007

From the Science Commons blog:

In a recent BBC article, Google’s Chris DiBona talked about a new program under development to help ameliorate some of the transfer problems in moving enormous data sets – up to 120,000 gigabytes worth.

The project has not been released to the public, but would involve taking massive data sets, copying the sets, and keeping the data in open form – whether under a Creative Commons license or some other format. […]

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