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A computer program just ranked the most influential brain scientists of the modern era
The program, called Semantic Scholar, is an online tool built at the Allen Institute for Artificial Intelligence (AI2) in Seattle, Washington. When it debuted in April, it calculated the most influential computer scientists based on 2 million papers from that field. Since then, the AI2 team has expanded the corpus to 10 million papers, 25% of which are from neuroscience. They hope to expand that to all of the biomedical literature next year, over 20 million papers.
Congratulations to Professor Trevor Robbins from the Department of Psychology, who has been rated as the 4th most influential neuroscientist.
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Posted on 23/11/2016
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