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eLife Helps Open Knowledge Maps Improve Its Platform

eLife partnered with Open Knowledge Maps, which runs a visual search engine for scientific literature, “to improve the serviceability, reusability and structure of [the Open Knowledge Maps] platform while maintaining current functionality. The aim is to make it easier to introduce new features, which will in turn help improve the growth of the organisation’s community of contributors.” eLife and Open Knowledge Maps share a “commitment to speed up research dissemination and curation.”

Emmy Tsang, eLife’s innovation community manager, says, “It will be great to work with the Open Knowledge Maps team and exchange ideas on the use of machine-learning and web technologies to drive forward research discovery, sharing and consumption.”

Peter Kraker, founder and chairman of Open Knowledge Maps, says, “eLife’s backing gives us a unique opportunity to improve our growth and sustainability that might have been difficult to come by elsewhere.”

For more information, read the press release.



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