Michael Nielsen on Doing Science in the Open

October 25th, 2011

Consider the Polymath Project, an ongoing experiment in “massively collaborative” mathematical problem solving. The idea is to use online tools like blogs and wikis to collaboratively attack difficult mathematical problems. Michael Nielsen — author of the book Reinventing Discovery and an advocate of open science — discusses how online tools like the Polymath Project can be used to transform the way we humans work together to make scientific discoveries, and how the normally conservative scientific culture can become more open.

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