The Professional Computing eBook Collection
Technology, artificial intelligence, machine learning and deep learning: they are key components of many aspects of life today, and research and higher education are no exception. Data analytics, managing and sharing large data sets, designing algorithms, presenting research in a clear and visually appealing way: these are part of the work of academics, regardless of what field they are in.
AI and Science Publishing: “Cutting through the clutter has never been more important”
In the second of two blogs on using AI to tackle information overload, we focus on times of crisis and a unique solution developed to cut through the clutter. Markus Kaindl, explains the development of an app that supported researchers during the pandemic.
Can AI help us manage information overload?
AI could hold the key to tackling information overload in research? In the first of two blogs, we look at the role of publishers in this issue and the development of machine-generated books.
Introducing Nature Research Intelligence: Helping organisations achieve their research goals
To support organizations in reaching their strategic goals, a new suite of solutions which summaries research trends to allow organizations to quickly measure their success, uncover hidden connections, and guide their strategy.
Using deep learning to improve super-resolution microscopy
Nature Portfolio is committed to publishing research that is rigorous, reproducible and impactful. Our dedicated in-house editorial teams tirelessly curate the best research for their journals, and, in that mission, find papers worthy of a brighter spotlight for how their findings advance their field. Our Game Changers series provides an opportunity to showcase these same developments.
Bringing AI to Business Intelligence
Valerie Sweeley, Manager and Information Specialist at Applied Materials, Inc., spoke at the 2020 Special Libraries Association conference about an initiative she led to bring AlphaSense, an artificial intelligence discovery tool, into the library.
AI Ethics and its Impact on Knowledge Management
In his article Dr. Anthony J Rhem discusses the ethicality of AI applications and its impact on humans. Will AI-enabled systems replace workers across certain industries?
The impact of Artificial Intelligence on librarian services
Artificial Intelligence has long entered our workplace and home. Collaborative robots are used to interact with humans on the factory floor, deliver parts or perform repetitive or even dangerous tasks. In our homes AI devices are found in form of robot vacuum cleaners, devices that monitor moisture levels in the garden or automatically re-order of laundry detergent.
AI, Ethics, & Your Business
Springer’s new journal, AI and Ethics seeks to promote informed debate and discussion of the ethical, regulatory, and policy implications that arise from the development of AI.