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Future Tense has recently posted an article entitled “Why the Department of Energy Is Spending Millions to Get Rid of Scientific Data”, in which they featured Dr. Yoon and his team’s research project on objective-driven reduction of scientific data, recently funded by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE). The news article can be accessed at:
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“A partnership of Slate, New America, and Arizona State University, Future Tense explores how emerging technologies will change the way we live. The latest consumer gadgets are intriguing, but we focus on the longer-term transformative power of robotics, information and communication technologies, synthetic biology, augmented reality, space exploration, and other technologies. Future Tense seeks to understand the latest technological and scientific breakthroughs, and what they mean for our environment, how we relate to one another, and what it means to be human. Future Tense also examines whether technology and its development can be governed democratically and ethically. Future Tense asks these questions in daily commentary published on Slate and through public events featuring conversations with leading scientists, technologists, policymakers, and journalists.”
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