Paul Allen’s AI2 expands smart search engine Semantic Scholar to neuroscience research

Oren Etzioni, CEO of the Allen Institute for Artificial Intelligence. Paul Allen’s non-profit Allen Institute for Artificial Intelligence (AI2) is expanding its flagship product Semantic Scholar to the world of neuroscience. The smart search engine, which helps scientists hone their queries using cutting-edge A.I. technology, was previously limited to computer science literature. Today, AI2 is launching a biomedical research portal, focused initially on brain science. Semantic Scholar is designed to help scientists find the right paper faster and more efficiently, said AI2 CEO Oren Etzioni. “If we can do that, we’ve lived up to our promise of A.I. for the common good.” The platform uses artificial intelligence to put search queries into context, rather than simply scanning its database for keywords. It’s able to predict the intent behind the search. Semantic Scholar also…


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