GLOBFREE Artificial SEARCH ENGINE
|Scooped by Alexander Zogas|
GLOBFREE has created a unique search engine which incorporates artificial intelligence (“AI”). The GLOBFREE AI Search Engine analyses the hundreds of semantic expressions contained within the document or abstract that you input into the search field. Via specially designed nodes, the AI Search Engine connects those expressions to determine the meaning of that document or abstract, and then scours millions of documents or abstracts within our databases to guide you to the articles and abstracts with the most similar meaning.
More than 235 million citations .
Currently, the GLOBFREE program gives you access to the scientific databases of Cambridge University Press, PUBMED, PubMed Central, PubMed Books, PubMedHealth, BioMed Central, Oxford University Press, Nature, Springer, arXiv.org, NASA, NDLTD, RePEc, Trove and more. These databases alone comprise more than 235 million citations from scientific journals and online books. We are constantly striving to partner with more content providers to add breadth to your search, and on that note, we are proud to announce that we have recently added JSTOR to our list of accessible searchable databases.
How does the GLOBFREE AI Search Engine work?
To commence a search, it is necessary to either create or copy a scientific abstract and paste it into the search field. The search engine will then determine the meaning of that abstract or document, and then it will fetch documents with the same semantic meaning from the databases that you have selected to search. At this stage, our platform provides you with the capability to compare the semantic content from your abstract to about 235 million documents within a 24-hour timeframe. At any point in the search, it is possible to view the documents that our search engine has already found. In fact, GLOBFREE AI Search Engine is designed so that even when looking at the documents found within the first 3% (5-10 minutes) of the search completion, these documents will likely comprise the most relevant documents for your entire search. However, to fully verify the results, you should continue the search until it is 100% complete.
We hope you enjoy using our free research service. Please send us feedback at email@example.com to tell us how we are doing and suggest any improvements that you would like to see.