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Off-the-shelf AI tools for working with research literature: ResearchRabbit, Scispace, and Elicit - Data Hub Tech Talk

Note: the session will be recorded for registrants who cannot attend at the scheduled time.

New "AI"-based tools are coming out every day. We will look at three tools, oriented-towards working with research literature, that are increasingly known in the academic community. We will discuss their strengths, weaknesses, limitations, and options.

Led by Jeremy Kenyon, UI Library.


Research Rabbit (www.researchrabbit.ai/) advertises itself as an app that "unlocks a completely novel way to search for papers and authors, monitor new literature, visualize research landscapes, and collaborate with colleagues."

SciSpace (typeset.io/) claims it is "the easiest way to find, understand, and learn any research paper. For every paper you read, get simple explanations and answers from AI and discover a network of connected and relevant papers — all in one place."

Finally, Elicit (elicit.com/welcome) bills itself as a way researchers can "Automate time-consuming research tasks like summarizing papers, extracting data, and synthesizing your findings."


Tuesday, April 16, 2024
12:30pm - 1:30pm
Data Hub presentation / collaboration space
University of Idaho - Moscow campus
Jeremy Kenyon, Head of Research & Experiential Learning
Data Hub Library Workshop
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