People are impatient. Nothing is ever fast enough. This easily applies to science and discoveries. Never enough and never fast enough. This interesting topic came to us from The Scholarly Kitchen in their article, “Guest Post — Is Science Too Slow to Change the World?“
Critics of scientific reform say that transparency comes at the cost of speed. The 21st century has seen some phenomenal advances in our ability to make scientific discoveries. Scientists have developed new technology to build vaccines swiftly, new algorithms to predict the structure of proteins accurately, new equipment to sequence DNA rapidly, and new engineering solutions to harvest energy efficiently. But in many fields of science, reliable knowledge and progress advance way too slowly.
Emerging technologies have given us the opportunity to deliver on changes that researchers have been calling for. Artificial intelligence (AI) will force adaptation and the use of tools that can evolve rapidly to ensure research integrity and accelerate our publishing workflows.
Data Harmony is Access Innovations’ AI suite of tools that leverages explainable AI for efficient, innovative, and precise semantic discovery of new and emerging concepts. We help find the information you need when you need it.
Melody K. Smith
Sponsored by Access Innovations, changing search to found.