Researchers Predict AI-based Search Engines Will Change the Face of Scientific Inquiry

Scholars may be in a run for their money with new developments in the field of artificial intelligence (AI) search engines. Advertisement Developments such as Semantic Scholar and Microsoft Academic may be on the way to make better papers than scholars. The Allen Institute for Artificial Intelligence (AI2)’s Semantic Scholar has released a format at the Society for Neuroscience annual meeting in San Diego.  According to Scientific American, the free AI-based scholarly search engine aims to outdo Google Scholar. Its recent move is to cover some 10 million research articles in computer science and neuroscience. Semantic Scholar will be joined by numerous AI-based academic research engines, such as Microsoft’s Academic. The new software format is considered an “innovation,” as the system will guide users through a dense “jungle of information.” Semantic…


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