Summary: This innovative prototype is an introduction to the latest research on lithium-ion batteries. An algorithm developed in collaboration with the Applied Computing Linguistics Laboratory at the University of Frankfurt, Germany, has automatically written this book.
Springer Nature publishes the company's first machine-generated chemistry books. The prototype summarizes the latest advances in the rapidly evolving lithium-ion battery field, which is an automated cross-corpus summary of a large number of existing research papers in the discipline. The book serves as a structural summary of a large number of papers and uses an innovative pipeline structure to help researchers effectively address the information overload problem in this area.
Springer Nature worked closely with researchers at the University of Frankfurt, Germany, to develop a program called "Beta Write Advanced algorithm of r",Used to select, use, and process related publications in the field from SpringerLink, Springer's natural content platform. Based on these peer-reviewed published content, the algorithm uses a similarity-based clustering program to arrange source documents into coherent chapters. Then create a concise abstract of the paper. The excerpted citations are indicated by hyperlinks, which also facilitates the reader to further study the original text. The automatically created prologues, catalogs, and bibliographies help readers grasp the context of the book.
Niels Peter Thomas, Managing Director of Springer Nature Books, said: "Reviewing history, Springer has a long tradition of academic book publishing. And expertise, we also aim to shape the future of book publishing and reading. New technologies in the field of natural language processing and artificial intelligence give us great opportunities to explore how to use the help of algorithms to generate scientific content. As a global Publishers, we have a responsibility to think about the meaning and limitations of machine-generated content, and to provide a reasonable framework for such new content in the future.
Herning Schoenenberger, Director of Natural Product Data and Metadata Management at Springer, added: "The final publication of this new research book is available worldwide." We are very excited about the scientific community. Writing research papers and books by researchers and authors is still very important for scientific publishing, but we also foresee that there will be many different types of content in future academic publishing: from completely human-generated content to various human-machine-mixed texts. , and then to the text generated entirely by the machine. This prototype is the first important milestone we have achieved, and it is hoped that it will also provoke public discussion about the opportunities, meanings, challenges and potential risks of machine-generated content in the academic publishing arena.
In the future, Springer Nature plans to expand this experimental project and develop such prototypes in other subject areas. This published related The prototype of the lithium-ion battery will provide a solid foundation for further improvement and improvement of related basic technologies.