Allen Institue uses artificial intelligence to search computer science research

Google isn’t the only search engine turning to artificial intelligence to improve the way search works. Paul Allen’s The Allen Institute for Artificial Intelligence launched a new search engine, called Semantic Scholar, that uses artificial intelligence to make it easier for researchers to find scientific reports, according to a report on Geekwire. While the search engine is targeted at researchers, it has potential for broader applications. Plus, for now, the search engine only includes computer science papers, which could be useful to enterprise software developers. In fact, if a developer has built a technique described in a research paper, Semantic Scholar may find it. The search engine looks for implementations on GitHub and Trello. “Researchers can conveniently find software to run their experiments, and professionals can easily dive deeper into…


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