Iris.ai is one of the world’s leading start-ups in the research and development of artificial intelligence (AI) technologies. Founded in 2015, the start-up offers an award-winning AI engine for scientific text understanding. The company uses Natural Language Processing/Machine Learning to review massive collections of research papers or patents: find the right documents, extract all their key data or identify the most precise pieces of knowledge. Applied to literature reviews, data extraction, document summarization, competitive intelligence or any other task involving thousands of documents like papers or patents, R&D professionals and students no longer waste time on tasks the Iris.ai tools can do for them. Iris.ai collaborates both with innovation-oriented universities and corporate customers, and contributes to many joint research projects fostering Open Science and innovation.
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