Unlocking Insights with Generative AI: How to Enhance Research Efficiency in the Library

Sponsored by Elsevier
Scheduled for Thursday, May 16 at 1:00pm

Posted in Library Technology and IT, Scholarly Communication and Research

How can Scopus AI aid your institution’s research community?

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As Generative AI tools gain prominence, librarians play a pivotal role in assessing their impact. Elsevier introduces Scopus AI, a solution designed for the academic community:

  • Trusted Content: draws from curated scholarly material, ensuring reliable information.
  • Bias Mitigation: cutting-edge search technology minimizes bias and hallucination, enhancing the quality of results.
  • Expert-Driven: built in close collaboration with the academic community by tech specialists immersed in research challenges.
  • Research Insights: Librarians can leverage Scopus AI to provide dependable summaries across various disciplines.

Join our webinar to explore how Scopus AI empowers interdisciplinary collaboration, demystifies emerging fields, identifies research partners, and uncovers promising areas for exploration. Gain practical insights into transparency, reliability, accuracy, and relevance of results. 

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    Elisenda Aguilera-Cora

    Predoctoral Researcher, Department of CommunicationUniversitat Pompeu Fabra (UPF) – Barcelona

    Elisenda Aguilera-Cora is a predoctoral researcher in the Department of Communication at Universitat Pompeu Fabra (UPF), Barcelona. She holds a degree in Communication from the Universitat Oberta de Catalunya and a Master’s degree in Research in Social Communication from the UPF. She is a member of the Communication, Advertising and Society research group (CAS) and teaches in the Advertising and Public Relations and Audiovisual Communication degrees. Her doctoral thesis explores how place branding strategies in mountain areas are aligned with the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Before joining CAS, she gained experience as a researcher at a global consultancy, where she conducted research to support the development of sustainable cultural ecosystems.

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    Adrian Raudaschl

    Senior Product Manager II, Scopus AIElsevier

    Adrian Raudaschl is a London-based Senior Product Manager at Scopus AI, specializing in the intersection of search technology, AI, and large language models. Transitioning from a medical background, Adrian is committed to advancing academic research and fostering knowledge discovery. His latest initiative, Scopus AI, integrates vector search with large language models to revolutionize how researchers engage with new topic areas. Leveraging a unique blend of expertise in medicine, technology, and business, Adrian oversees product development, strategy, and execution to deliver innovative solutions that meet the needs of the global academic community.

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    Emily Singley

    Vice President, North American Library RelationsElsevier

    Emily Singley is the Vice President, North American Library Relations at Elsevier. Previously she served as Associate University Librarian for Technology and Technical Services at Boston College, where her management portfolio included scholarly communication, metadata, technology, digitization, and acquisitions. Prior to that Emily held library technology roles at Harvard University, Southern New Hampshire University, and Curry College.

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