OpenAIRE has announced MyScienceWork as one of ten Phase 1 winners in the 2020 OpenAIRE Open Innovation challenge. Honoring the field of Open Science, this competition challenges its contestants to develop products and services linked to scholarly works, repositories and data management.
Amongst nine other finalists, MyScienceWork is a front-runner in the competition with their unique proposal to develop a stand-alone Text and Data Mining module that will extract named entities from XML or PDF files/publications. This technology entitles OpenAIRE community and research institutions to go beyond automating the process of named entities (people, organisation, location) extraction. It will be possible to identify patterns between scholarly content and map out research outputs in conjunction with advanced analytical insights.
Phase 2 scheduled for May 2020 inaugurates prototype development and testing in the three categories addressing OpenAIRE graph quality, OpenAIRE service portfolio and next generation repositories. Focusing on the breadth, depth, and criticality of scholarly publishing, these 10 contestants challenge the existing nature of networked services, paving way for advanced technological products and services for research institutions.
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