Helping biomedical scientists read the vast research literature using machine learning and natural language processing
Jake Lever (University of Glasgow)
Friday 14th October 13:00-14:00 Maths 311B and Zoom
Biomedical researchers face an overwhelming number of papers to read as their research becomes increasingly interdisciplinary. We must build automated methods to help them digest this vast knowledge and guide them to new research directions. Information extraction methods offer the opportunity to intelligently summarize the combined biomedical knowledge locked in decades of research articles. This talk will explore some of these unique challenges in biomedical applications of natural language processing.