A Critical Response to “The value of mass-digitised cultural heritage content in creative contexts” by Melissa Terras, et al, Published in "Big Data and Society"
This is a gut-reaction response to the recent article “The value of mass-digitised cultural heritage content in creative contexts” by Melissa Terras, et al, published in Big Data and Society on April 6, 2021, doi: https://doi.org/10.1177/20539517211006165. I want to emphasize that this is an opinion piece and I therefore take a very relaxed tone, which I hope will translate into further discussion with colleagues on these complex topics. So, if you have read any of my other academic work, this will not be quite as polished. Please read on as if we were having a conversation!
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