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«Properties of expanding universes / Stephen Hawking»

Source : Treasures of the Library : Properties of expanding universes / Stephen Hawking

Édition Numérique Collaborative et CRitique de l’Encyclopédieou Dictionnaire raisonné des sciences, des arts et des métiers (1751-1772).

Source : Enccre/ICE – Interface de Consultation de l’Édition numérique collaborative et critique de l’Encyclopédie

« Last week, development studies journal Third World Quarterly published an article that, by many common metrics used in academia today, will be the most successful in its 38-year history. The paper has, in a few days, already achieved a higher Altmetric Attention Score than any other TWQ paper. By the rules of modern academia, this is a triumph. The problem is, the paper is not.The article, “The case for colonialism”, is a travesty, the academic equivalent of a Trump tweet, clickbait with footnotes ».

Source : Impact of Social Sciences – Clickbait and impact: how academia has been hacked

« October 30th, 2010 marks the day that my sister Amy and I founded Meta on a mission to unlock scientific knowledge and accelerate the pace of discovery. In six years, through the hands and minds of our talented team of engineers and scientists, we figured out how to use artificial intelligence to analyze new scientific knowledge as it’s published – along with the majority of what has been written, throughout modern history. Those efforts have led us to today.I am excited to announce that Meta will be joining the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative to bring what we have built to the entire scientific community, toward their goal to cure, prevent, or manage all diseases by the end of the century ».

Source : Meta – AI for Science

Under the new payment method, you’ll be paid for each page individual customers read of your book, the first time they read it.

Source : Amazon Kindle Direct Publishing: Get help with self-publishing your book to Amazon’s Kindle Store

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