Google, Atypon, NIH, and the future of information discovery

Hong Zhou's notes from a BioASQ panel

February 8, 2022

On the Scholarly Kitchen blog, Hong Zhou, Director of AI Products and R&D at Atypon, reviews the highlights of his participation as a speaker at the 9th annual BioASQ Workshop.

Like co-panelists Dina Demner-Fushman (NIH) and Keith Hall (Google), Hong emphasizes how tech challenges like BioASQ have accelerated progress (Atypon’s included) toward systems that can advance the discoverability, dissemination, and readability of scholarly research, not only in biomedical fields but across disciplines.

This is Hong’s second guest post on the Scholarly Kitchen over the past year! To find out what BioASQ is all about, read BioASQ for the win: Inside the healthiest competition you’ve never heard of (featured on Scholarly Kitchen in June 2021).

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