The scholar of today is faced with the daunting task of needing to consume a mountain of articles and research papers regarding their field of study. There are over 2.5 million papers and articles published every year. Semantic Scholar is championing the task of being able to search, reference, cite and ultimately consume the ever-growing amount of information available to the scientific community.
To help build this world-class AI-driven search and discovery engine, Semantic Scholar partners with the top publishers, content aggregators and depositories who refine and curate the metadata and full-text content available for inclusion to the Semantic Scholar corpus. As of today, that includes almost 174 million articles from a variety of partners and open access sources.
Semantic Scholar is pleased to announce their newest partnership with BioOne, a non-profit publisher of more than 200 subscribed and open-access titles in the biological, ecological, and environmental sciences.
This partnership with Semantic Scholar will provide an expanding depth in multiple science formats that will allow scholars of those fields to readily use Semantic Scholar’s algorithms to find those citations and interconnected references to a vast number of possible supporting materials already included in the corpus.
This partnership continues to foster the Allen Institute of Artificial Intelligences mission of building AI solutions for the common good by empowering scholars and researchers to more easily find relevant scientific information.