The potential of natural language processing (NLP) and AI-based tools to accelerate screening and data extraction in systematic reviews continues to be a hot topic in evidence-based research. If you are involved in conducting systematic reviews, you’ve probably wondered whether artificial intelligence is really going to make your life easier one day – or maybe you’re afraid it will replace you altogether.
In this webinar, you will learn:
- Where artificial intelligence fits into the context of systematic reviews
- The limitations of current AI technologies in systematic reviews
- Practical applications for artificial intelligence in producing better quality systematic reviews, faster
Who should attend:
Evidence Researchers, Medical Communications and Medical Affairs Professionals, Medical Writers, and anyone who deals with evidence, value, and real-world or clinical research data who conducts systematic reviews or structured literature reviews.