Towards the Tipping Point for FAIR Implementation

@article{Reisen2020TowardsTT,
  title={Towards the Tipping Point for FAIR Implementation},
  author={Mirjam van Reisen and Mia Stokmans and Mariam Basajja and A.O.O. Ong'ayo and Christine R. Kirkpatrick and Barend Mons},
  journal={Data Intelligence},
  year={2020},
  volume={2},
  pages={264-275}
}
This article explores the global implementation of the FAIR Guiding Principles for scientific management and data stewardship, which provide that data should be findable, accessible, interoperable and reusable. The implementation of these principles is designed to lead to the stewardship of data as FAIR digital objects and the establishment of the Internet of FAIR Data and Services (IFDS). If implementation reaches a tipping point, IFDS has the potential to revolutionize how data is managed by… 
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