Croatian Scientists “Teach” Artificial Intelligence to “Read” Scientific Literature

Scientists from the Ruđer Bošković Institute in Zagreb have issued a research paper in which they describe the artificial intelligence technology which can independently “read” scientific texts in the field of microbiology, reports Novi List on February 1, 2017. The scientific paper authored by Marija Brbić, Fran Supek and their colleagues from the Department of Electronics was published in the prestigious journal Nucleic Acids Research, which deals with latest advances in molecular biology and which is one of the six percent of the top magazines in the scientific category. “Our team has created algorithms which learn how to recognize characteristics of different types of bacteria through a text analysis of articles on Wikipedia, student papers and professional research papers”, explained Fran Supek, adding that such algorithms were very important since…

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