The first AI-powered researcher
Thousands of research papers are published every day. Half of these will never be read by more than three people, while only 10 % will be cited. One of the obstacles is related to the lengthy process of researchers needing to manually sift through the papers. The EU-funded IRIS AI project has the solution. Powered by AI, this computer researcher uses a neural network algorithm to understand context and document similarity. It automates the process of finding relevant scientific literature and creating new hypotheses. It can save up to 90 % time of the research process and increase accuracy with an 85 % precision.
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