REDWOOD CITY, Calif.--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--Yewno, a provider of a new inference engine that mimics the human brain and increases knowledge discovery, today announced its partnership with top publishers and other research providers including Wiley, Harvard DASH, American Society for Microbiology and BioOne. Content from these distinguished publishers will produce new insights and inferences giving knowledge seekers access to important content across various verticals to enhance discovery.
“Being able to partner with such prominent publishers in education, research and science will have an immediate and far reaching impact on how our customers can benefit from the Yewno inference engine”
Recently, Dr. Michael Gazzaniga, a leading neuroscientist commented that moving knowledge forward would, in large part, come from interdisciplinary studies. He added, “Yewno is building a knowledge system that will facilitate that goal like no other.”
“Being able to partner with such prominent publishers in education, research and science will have an immediate and far reaching impact on how our customers can benefit from the Yewno inference engine,” says Ruth Pickering, Chief Strategy Officer of Yewno. “We are committed to providing users with the most thorough, in-depth information on a variety of topics, ultimately bridging the wide gap between search and deep contextual insights that pave the way to a new knowledge level with unlimited boundaries of discovery,” she added.
The content now discoverable through Yewno includes:
Wiley, a global company, which helps people and organizations develop the skills and knowledge they need to succeed. “Wiley is looking forward to working with Yewno on this exciting opportunity,” said Duncan Campbell, Director, Digital Licensing & Sales Partnerships at Wiley. “Providing Yewno with high-quality scholarly content to enhance its knowledge discovery platform demonstrates Wiley’s commitment to working with partners whose products and services make important contributions to advances in knowledge and understanding around the world.”
Harvard University provides open access to its new research through DASH, its institutional repository. “We’re very happy that DASH is now discoverable through Yewno,” said Peter Suber, Director of the Harvard Office for Scholarly Communication. “We want Harvard research to be freely available to everyone with an internet connection, and discoverable through cutting-edge tools like Yewno. Keyword searching has served us well, but Yewno and others are proving that there are more powerful ways to find work on a given topic. As scholars explore this power, they will also explore the results of Harvard research.”
The American Society for Microbiology is the largest single life science society, composed of over 47,000 scientists and health professionals. ASM’s mission is to promote and advance the microbial sciences. Barbara Goldman, Director, ASM Journals commented, “Yewno allows users to find connections and relationships between previously isolated topics. This different approach to library content discovery tools will provide a great service to researchers.”
BioOne is a nonprofit publisher that aims to make scientific research more accessible through a portfolio of products including its full-text aggregation, BioOne Complete. In partnership with more than 145 society and independent publishers, BioOne provides access to a curated collection of 200 subscribed and open-access titles in the biological, ecological, and environmental sciences. Lauren Kane, COO of BioOne, commented, “Fostering scientific discovery and providing new avenues for research are at the very heart of BioOne’s mission. We are delighted to partner with Yewno to increase access to and visibility of BioOne Complete content.”
Yewno’s inference engine is designed to improve human understanding through its goals to provide users with a platform to explore, digest and link information as well as display the paths and possible connection between previously unrelated subjects.
Founded in 2014, Yewno is helping people uncover the undiscovered through its new inference engine, which introduces an entirely new approach to knowledge discovery. Mimicking the human brain, the Yewno inference engine incorporates machine learning, cognitive science, neural networking, and computational linguistics into a highly visual solution to enhance human understanding by correlating concepts across vast volumes of text. The launch of its first vertical offering, Yewno for Education, serves as a unique service designed for scholars and students and is at use at leading academic and research libraries around the world, including Harvard, MIT and Stanford. Headquartered in Redwood City, CA, and with offices in London, Yewno is backed by leading investors including Pacific Capital and currently has numerous partnerships across top research universities, publishers and content aggregators worldwide.
For more information, visit www.yewno.com
DASH (Digital Access to Scholarship at Harvard) is the open-access repository for Harvard University. Visit DASH at dash.harvard.edu. For more information, contact the Harvard Library Office for Scholarly Communication at email@example.com.
Established in 1999, BioOne serves a community of more than 145 society and independent publishers, 4,000 accessing institutions, and millions of researchers worldwide. We curate content and support discourse while exploring new models in scientific publishing. BioOne’s core product is BioOne Complete, an online aggregation of subscribed and open-access titles in the biological, ecological, and environmental sciences. BioOne Complete provides libraries with cost-effective access to high-quality research and independent society publishers with a dynamic, community-based platform and global distribution. For more information please visit about.bioone.org.