With hallucinations waning, AI is diving deeper into scientific research

Scientific research has become one of the most promising applications for artificial intelligence. It’s also become one of the most divisive. Across the world, tech firms are directing AI’s analytical power into tools for academics. Gradually, they’re entering every stage of the research process. Today’s scientists can use TLDR to summarise study papers, Litmaps to find research gaps, Consensus to discover insights from expert scholars, and HeyScience for peer review. Investors have taken a growing interest in the progress. Last year, Elicit research workflow system raised a cool $9mn within months of its launch, while fellow Californian startup NobleAI secured €17mn for…

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