Naver said in a statement on August 25 that the company signed a cooperation agreement with Sungkyunkwan University, to set up an integrated platform called "Scholytics 2.0," the second version of Naver's Scholytics released in August 2020. The first version of Scholytics provides scholarly performance data of institutions and researchers. Based on the number of citations and papers, users can identify researchers' academic information.
"We hope that Naver's AI technology and platform create an advanced academic information analysis tool for more researchers and institutions across the world," Shin Dong-ryeol, president of Sungkyunkwan University, was quoted as saying. Naver said the second version will allow users to more accurately identify researchers using AI analysis.
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