• George Anadiotis
    George AnadiotisZDNet

    Open access, discoverability, reproducibility, code, datasets, and knowledge graphs. This is all good news for research, and machine learning research too, obviously. It seems like steps towards a healthier, more productive research ecosystem are being taken. Read more

  • Adrian Bridgwater
    Adrian BridgwaterForbes

    The thing about data, really, is not just quantity or quality… it’s the relationships. [...] Graph database technologies are by no means a panacea for the current crisis or indeed any wildly complex business issue, but you can be assured that the scientific community are using these techniques in the ongoing quest for inoculations, vaccines and a wider cure. Read more

  • Brian McKenna
    Brian McKennaComputerWeekly.com

    Alexander Jarasch, head of data management and knowledge management at the DZD (Deutsches Zentrum für Diabetesforschung), the German Centre for Diabetes Research, hopes the effort that scientists, both data and medical, are currently putting into the battle against the Covid-19 coronavirus will continue into the future. Read more

  • Dr. Ilka Ottleben
    Dr. Ilka OttlebenLaborpraxis

    In der Verknüpfung der Daten steckt großes Potenzial. So lassen sich beispielsweise mit nur wenigen Abfrageschritten (Queries) alle wissenschaftlichen Publikationen/Patente ermitteln, die sowohl einen mit Covid-19 verwandten Virustypen (z.B. H1N1 oder Mers-COV) als auch ein bestimmtes Gen/Protein erwähnen. Read more