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April 17, 2023

The number of AI-driven search engines in the market is rapidly increasing

In Brief

Researchers are using large language models (LLMs) to search for scientific findings. The tools include several search engines that democratize access to research.

Researchers are using AI to create tools to help them understand scientific findings. Some tools need more refinement before researchers can use them to help their studies.

Elicit is a new search engine that focuses on saving users time by suggesting papers that are relevant and understanding how users filter for their needs. The platform works differently from other search engines as it focuses less on keywords, citation count and recency. Users can filter for those things.

The number of AI-driven search engines in the market is rapidly increasing
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The benefits of using Elicit.org as your first search engine for academic research are clear, as it is close to being replaced by Google Scholar. However, there are also some drawbacks, such as poor relevancy. Fourrier suggests using scite, whose developers are based in New York City, to organize and add context to paper citations.

Scite, a company that uses AI to find research, is collaborating with Consensus, a tool that uses AI to extract and distill findings, to expand their reach. Consensus uses Semantic Scholar data to flag disputed claims, and staff manually flags contentious claims. They want to get to a state where all claims are automated and produce what an expert would do.

Childhealth paediatrician Meghan Azad was unconvinced by the Consensus study, which found that 70% of research says that vaccines do not cause autism. She also found the use of citations to be confusing and said that the study’s results were not evidence-based. She has since tweeted that she likes Elicit, a tool that helps with asking questions, and looking at evidence. She also mentions that it is useful to have a list of the articles that it ran through to arrive at this particular consensus, as this allows you to see the different viewpoints held by the researchers.

  • Google has announced that it plans to incorporate generative AI into its primary search engine. The company aims to improve its ability to handle various search queries and address business challenges.
  • Brave has launched its summarizer, an AIpowered feature that provides concise and accurate answers to user queries. The feature processes multiple sources of information on the web to produce coherent and accurate results. Original sources of information are cited to help users assess the source’s trustworthiness. By using web results, the summarizer provides realtime information up to date with today’s events.
  • NeevaAI has launched internationally, joining the AI search engine war. The beta version was released two years ago in the US. The company was criticized for rushing its presentation of the Bard chatbot, which caused Google to lose $100 billion.

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