PRESS RELEASE | Basel, Switzerland, 1 June 2022
Karger Publishers and Molecular Connections have entered a technical collaboration to enrich metadata and build a future ready decision support system.
Molecular Connections Pvt. Ltd. and Karger Publishers have entered into a technical collaboration to enhance search and retrieval of Karger content, build an analytics dashboard to support business decisions, and improve editorial efficiency by machine learning applications. The platform will help Karger make better and faster decisions in terms of content recommendation, identify content gaps, improve editorial workflows, and boost sales.
Several technologies will be embedded by Molecular Connections in developing the platform: Molecular Connections’ award-winning artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) technology that builds custom ontologies, disambiguates institutions and recommends a manuscript to the right journal. The platform will be able to accommodate updates and content changes both in terms of type and volume. In addition, it will include services that are inbuilt with due diligence, data security, usage policies, and more.
Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Jignesh Bhate, CEO of Molecular Connections Pvt. Ltd., mentioned, “Molecular Connections has a strong track record of helping publishers leverage their content assets and improve content discoverability, content recommendation, and build editorial efficiencies. This is a very exciting collaborative venture which will digitally transform and help Karger leverage the power of latest developments in AI and ML to the fullest.”
Marc Schindelholz, Lead Strategy, Innovation & Ventures at Karger Publishers adds “We are delighted to have an experienced partner such as Molecular Connections at our side to semantically enrich scientific content. In doing so, we not only expect to better analyze content and improve editorial workflows, but also to create tailored offers and a better experience for researchers, medical practitioners, and industry professionals worldwide.”