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Cluster Analysis – Is it Really Useful for Literature Discovery?

Cluster analysis – grouping similar objects together – is frequently used in data analysis and visualization. I’ve been seeing various types of clustering used for finding relevant documents more and more, both for visualizing document sets (essentially providing a landscape for the user to explore) and for finding related documents (essentially “more like this”). But, these [...]

2017-03-28T16:14:28+00:00 March 23rd, 2017|Artificial Intelligence, Informational|

Quertle: Honored as a Top 50 AI Blog

Feedspot named Quertle’s blog – yes, the very site you are reading now – as one of the top 50 blogs for artificial intelligence (AI). You may note the lovely badge we now proudly display on the right! […]

2017-03-28T16:10:42+00:00 March 12th, 2017|Artificial Intelligence, News|

Watson Cancelled at MD Anderson: No Surprise

The flap about IBM Watson’s Oncology Expert Advisor at MD Anderson is causing quite a stir.  A Forbes article called the benching of Watson a “setback for artificial intelligence in medicine”.  MD Anderson’s business process issues aside, the failure of Watson to meet its goals was neither a setback for AI nor a surprise.  Here’s why. [...]

2017-03-28T16:08:58+00:00 February 27th, 2017|Artificial Intelligence, Informational|

Quertle® Users – Who are they and what are they saying?

Janet Delicata: Hello, Jeff and Vicki. Thank you for being here today. Today, I would like to talk about the most important part of Quertle® – that is the users. You’ve been dealing with Quertle users about 8 years now? Jeff Saffer: Our first experience with users is when we had our free Quertle.info site, which [...]

2017-03-23T16:37:01+00:00 December 20th, 2016|Interview|

Insight From Biomedical Literature is Now In Sight

The importance of the biomedical literature to the pharmaceutical industry cannot be overstated. Understanding the literature is a cornerstone for discovery, publi- cation planning, competitive intelligence, identification of adverse events, compliance, and more. Despite being so essential for the industry, the methods for discovering critical information from the literature largely remain entrenched in 1950s technology. Even newer approaches, such as semantics [...]

2017-03-28T15:56:50+00:00 December 14th, 2016|News, Press Releases|