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  • How Statistics Can Skew Facts – and How We Can Learn to Trust It Again

    Statistics is one of the key criteria in determining the authenticity of knowledge. But can we always trust statistical data? Does the obsession with excessive evidence hold back scientific progress? Anatoliy Karpov, a lead analyst at Group, author of data analysis MOOCs and lecturer at the Bioinformatics Institute and St. Petersburg State University, answered these and other questions during an open online lecture organized by ITMO University’s Center for Science Communication.


  • Experts Discuss How to Protect Scientific Knowledge

    How will we work with research articles in some ten years? Will they be digitized? And what will happen to such portals as Google Scholar or Cyberleninka? All these and other questions were discussed at the closing ceremony of the fourth conference Digital Transformation and Global Society, which was held at ITMO University. ITMO.NEWS publishes the highlights of the discussion.