Demystifying AI: Understanding and Applying Artificial Intelligence in Scientific Research

Date: Wednesday, 14 October 2020
Time: 1:00pm EDT
Artificial Intelligence (AI) in literature-based research continues to be a hot topic, but until very recently, it has not been well understood or widely adopted. While the technology underpinning AI has been around for some time, the evolution of new methods and the technological scaffolding to support it has been slow to evolve. That has now changed, and as a result, the way we conduct research is about to fundamentally change as well. 

This webinar is about debunking the myths of AI and exploring pragmatic applications of these technologies that can be validated and used today to dramatically improve the speed, quality, and transparency of this important research. 

Join this engaging panel discussion on the state of AI in literature-based research to learn: 
  • The myths and realities of AI
  • Common challenges and best practices in using AI effectively
  • Specific use cases where AI is working well today

Lauren TullochModerator
Vice President & Managing Director
Copyright Clearance Center

Haralambos (Babis) Marmanis, Panelist
Executive Vice President &
Chief Technology Officer
Copyright Clearance Center

Peter O'Blenis, Panelist
Co-founder & Chief Executive Officer
Evidence Partners