During this session, the six 2020 Generative Adversarial Collaboration (GAC) teams will present progress made during the past year. What scientific progress has been made? How did their collaboration lead to changes in their thinking and advances for the field? Were controversies resolved or deepened, and why? What are the plans for the future?
In the second part of this session, we will have a panel discussion about the lessons learned and challenges of working in a collaboration where not everybody agrees from the outset by design. The GAC members will discuss with each other -- and with the audience -- how to further improve the process to maximize research outcomes and advance science.
Link to the GAC 2020 proposals.