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Breeding, Marshall. Yewno Discover Expands Multilingual Capabilities.
April 2018. Smart Libraries Newsletter.
Yewno announced a significant enhancement to its Yewno Discover product through the expansion of its content base to include German and Chinese documents in addition to the English materials previously ingested. Yewno’s Discover product makes use of artificial intelligence, especially machine learning techniques, to extract concepts from texts and provide a visual interface to enable researchers to explore scholarly literature through the relationships of concepts that ultimately produce lists of articles or other documents of interest. The technology is based on concept extraction rather than keyword indexing.
Breeding, Marshall. Yewno Advances as a New Type of Discovery.
April 2017. Smart Libraries Newsletter.
A new product has recently launched called Discover from Yewno for Education, which takes quite a different approach to the discovery of scholarly and educational resources. Yewno Discover (a play on “you know”) provides a new type of discovery environment, which presents a visual search experience that enables researchers and students to explore and select information resources based on concepts rather than keywords. It also allows users to discover information resources as they traverse the connections or relationships among those concepts.
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October 27, 2020.
Yewno to supply Artificial Intelligence capabilities to Citi Global Data Insights and Citi Research.
Yewno announced that it will be providing AI based information analysis capabilities to Citi. Using Yewno's patented knowledge graph, Citi will be able to extract signals from unstructured text, which is currently a challenging and time-consuming task. Citi will use Yewno's AI solutions in its Citi Global Data Insights unit, the data science team within Global Insights at Citigroup, and in its independent Citi Research unit.
October 16, 2020.
Yewno Discover Integrates with Ex Libris Primo to Enhance Resource Exploration.
Yewno announced that their Yewno Discover platform integrates into the Ex Libris Primo discovery service to provide mutual users with unparalleled access to knowledge discovery.
June 30, 2020.
Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore to Offer Powerful AI Research Tool Free of Charge.
The Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore in Milan today announces that they will be offering Yewno Discover, a powerful research tool powered by artificial intelligence, free of charge to all of Italy until the end of August through the Cattolica website in both Italian and English. The initiative is part of UCSC's ongoing commitment to sharing knowledge.
May 27, 2020.
University of Nottingham adopts Yewno Discover to optimize research efficiency.
Yewno announced that The University of Nottingham, one of the world’s top research universities, will be implementing their AI-driven Yewno Discover platform. As a web-based system, Yewno Discover is an ideal tool for distance learning and will form part of the University’s online discovery tools.
April 6, 2020.
Yewno Earns Frost and Sullivan’s 2020 Global Technology Innovation Award for Predictive Analytics in Financial Services.
Yewno, a leading provider of artificial intelligence solutions, announces that global research leader Frost and Sullivan has awarded it with the 2020 Global Technology Innovation Award for predictive analytics in the financial services industry.
January 22, 2020.
Health Education England (HEE) adopts Yewno technology to explore potential of AI for knowledge discovery in the NHS.
Health Education England is funding an innovative pilot project to explore the potential of artificial intelligence and machine learning to improve knowledge discovery for NHS staff. HEE is working with Yewno and Ken Chad Consulting to implement Yewno Discover, an advanced AI research solution.
October 30, 2019.
OpenAthens and Yewno announce strategic partnership to facilitate knowledge discovery.
Global identity and access management specialist OpenAthens and Yewno, a Silicon Valley-based AI provider with a mission to transform information into knowledge, today announce their strategic partnership to provide mutual users with unparalleled access to knowledge discovery.
May 29, 2019.
Yewno named one of Outsell’s Ten to Watch in the licensed content aggregation space.
ewno, Inc., the Silicon Valley-based provider of Artificial Intelligence solutions, was named one of “Ten to Watch” in the licensed content aggregation space by data, information, and analytics authority, Outsell, Inc. The list was compiled as part of an in-depth analytical report by Outsell, forecasting the outlook for the licensed aggregation market through 2023. The “Ten to Watch” list includes some of the largest players in the market as well as companies providing new options for high-quality curated aggregated content collections.
May 6, 2019.
San Mateo Public Library to offer Yewno Discover: a cutting-edge tool for next generation research.
Yewno announced that the San Mateo Public Library has adopted its Yewno Discover platform for patron use in its libraries and through its website. Yewno Discover is an intuitive, cutting-edge research tool, powered by Artificial Intelligence. Its highly visual interface encourages lifelong learners of all ages to immerse themselves in research, both formal and casual.
April 15, 2019.
Jisc Collections to offer Yewno Technology to UK Higher Education Institutions.
Yewno announces that they have entered into an agreement with Jisc Collections to offer the Yewno Discover research platform to UK higher education institutions at a discounted rate.
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Nov 2014 Yewno founded by Ruggero Gramatica
Yewno was founded in 2014 by Ruggero Gramatica, an entrepreneur and business executive with a PhD in Applied Mathematics and a background in technology across the telecommunications and biomedical sectors. The company emerged out of the vision of Gramatica and Michael Keller, the Vice Provost, University Librarian, and Director of Academic Information Resources at Stanford University, to create a concept and inference engine able to address information discovery across disciplines and in multiple domains.