No more fussing and fighting over scheduling meetings. Meet xdotai’s Amy Ingram and Clara Labs, they are new apps that function as a human-like “Artificial Intelligence (AI)” personal assistant who schedules meetings for you and make sure you don’t forget … Continue reading →
Would you like to design a website whiteout having to think to much? The people behind The Grid think that building a website should be as easy as feeding the website with text or photo’s.
The Grid is a website creation and hosting platform that uses AI to learn from you, the website creator. It learns about you, your habits and preferences, it adapts to you and evolves with you. How? Templates are replaced with layout filters, the algorithms pick up your color preferences from your online posts, and crops main figures from your photos for easy design. Just try it!
Scopus has recently changed its metrics when displaying an article. Take a look at the extended metrics (fig. 1): you’ll see categories like Citation measurements, Scholarly Activity or Social Activity. The metrics themselves – read Engagement Highlingts – are enriched … Continue reading →
In September the 2015 Library Edition of the Horizon report was published by the New Media Consortium (NMC). It explores what is going to affect academic libraries in the next five years. The report identifies and discusses 1) key trends, … Continue reading →