With COVID-19 scientific literature being published at the rate of 4,000+ articles per week, it is nearly impossible for researchers to keep up with this rapidly evolving stream of technical data. The US Government recognized the problem and, earlier this year, released the COVID-19 Open Research Dataset (CORD-19), to give researchers access to a comprehensive machine-readable Coronavirus literature collection. Still, simply searching on keywords is time-consuming.
In response to this, we created an advanced NLP application to (1) help scientists quickly find the important information that they might otherwise miss (or never get to) and (2) to provide new insights about relationships between things like human and viral genes and proteins, cell types, and subcellular structures.
Building on Mercury Data Science’s NLP platform we created a COVID-19 research tool that we think will be powerful because it:
We would like to extend a special thank you to our team for the dedication, excellence, and expertise contributed to the development of this application. We would also like to extend a special thank you to IT Labs for their early partnership in this project.
With expertise in NLP, Machine Learning, Bioinformatics, and Video/Voice Analytics and a passion for cutting edge data science, our team is always looking for ways to enhance discoveries and accelerate your potential. If you have questions about our app, have a data science-related question, or would like to discuss your AI strategy, we’d love to hear from you! Reach out today at firstname.lastname@example.org on Twitter @mercurydatasci, or on LinkedIn.
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