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Breaking news: How AI technology is helping science journalists stay on top of the latest research

Science journalists are a vital bridge between researchers and the public. They “shine a light on discoveries” (1) and translate complex studies into accessible articles that help to educate and inform the wider community. This isn’t always an easy task — science journalists face an uphill battle to secure an exclusive story about significant scientific breakthroughs and developments. Not only are journalists overwhelmed with the increasing volume of scientific papers, they’re also under pressure to transform important discoveries and findings [...]

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How does Scholarcy work its magic?

8 Steps To Structured Knowledge Extraction From Research Papers We are often asked: ‘How does Scholarcy summarise and identify the key points in research papers and other articles, and in what ways is it unique?’. Without giving too much away about our secret sauce, here’s an overview of what is happening under the hood. No matter what the input format – PDF, Word, HTML, XML, e-pub, Powerpoint, text – we convert the document into a unified, internal format, so that, for [...]

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