Name of the speaker: Anita Schjøll Brede
Job title: CEO & Co-founder

Summary: We have more open scientific knowledge available to us than ever before — but it is scattered and difficult to find with traditional search tools. A number of Nordic university libraries have been using a machine learning system that reduces a human’s time to map out existing scientific knowledge with up to 90%, while increasing serendipity and interdisciplinary discovery. In this keynote we’ll take a closer look at what we can expect artificial intelligence to do for the open research process. We will highlight experiences from university libraries on the adoption of machine learning tools in research activities.