“[Iris.ai] might just revolutionize scientific research”

Phil Barker

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“Computers can’t yet replace humans, but they can do a great job handling the mundane clutter of our lives.”

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“One wonders just what she’ll be capable of when she’s all grown up.”

Andrew Wade

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“Iris.ai drastically expedites research.”

Haje Jan Kamps

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“Access to reliable knowledge – the academic literature – is becoming a fundamental bottleneck for humanity.”

Owen Gaffney and Denise Young

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“humans need increasingly smarter, machine-assisted ways to navigate the ever-growing mountain of scientific knowledge”

Natasha Lomas

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“…especially useful when you don’t know the exact keywords for the type of research you are looking for”

Bahar Golipur

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Anthon Schrader

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“As AIs take on more responsibility in managing the discovery process, the science community may free up significant portions of the time they currently devote to scanning for trends.”

Aaron Frank

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“This type of assistant is a huge asset to academics and scientists.”

Sam Cohen

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“artificial intelligence (AI) that enhance or even replace the role of humans each step of the way”

John Bohannonur

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“…built with smart, savvy tech leaders”

Ed Sappin

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“found to have the most potential to positively impact one billion people”

Vanessa Bates Ramirez

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“Iris.ai is on its way to transform from Science Assistant to fully-fledged, curious Scientist – and we can’t wait to see the impact Iris.ai will have on the scientific community”

Elsa Snellman

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