Fifty years of information management research: A conceptual structure analysis using structural topic modeling – A bibliometric analysis of the information management field. Their framework grouping the various topics under different levels (information retrieval, information systems, information context and information environment) is useful in navigating the myriad of topics under this broad field.
Cancer research needs a better map – introduces an ambitious project called the Cancer dependency map that would cost 30-50 USD over a decade to complete. On a meta-level, I just find it fascinating how scientists also have to be good lobbyists in order to mobilize resources to fund their projects.
Technology Forgiveness: Why emerging technologies differ in their resilience to institutional instability – the researchers introduce a new term – technology forgiveness, which refers to “resilience of the adoption process for a new technology in the face of institutional instability.” They propose that it is dependent on technology (investment, uncertainty, range of applications) and industry (risk aversion, entry barriers, geographical concentration) – related factors.
Data sovereignty: A review – It’s a term that has been thrown around a lot. This review explores the various perspectives by which this term has been used in research.
Knowledge diversity and team creativity: How hobbyists beat professional designers in creating novel board games – with families stuck home, there has been a surge in interest in board games. In this study, the researchers compare board games’ novelty and usefulness on whether they were developed by hobbyists or professional designers.