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Picture this: it’s 2037, machines have taken over many roles previously performed by humans. Research is conducted in cloud labs and is mainly an automated process. Where data doesn’t provide an immediate answer, computers generate new hypotheses and interrogate vast databases. Human researchers and engineers correct data and software errors, and judge the morality of research programs.
Just before we head into 2018 here’s a look back at what’s been happening on Pubtechgator this year. Here are the top ten most read stories for 2017, covering various topics including the impact of the ‘digital duopoly’ hoovering up 60% of global digital ad market, a new cryptocurrency for investigative journalism, changes at PLOS, augmented reality, automated journalism, chatbots and a smartwatch that uses your body heat to charge. Continue reading “2017 in review: Pubtechgator’s most read stories”
The Creation of Pubtechgator’s Facebook Chatbot
BMJ Digital Strategy team have just launched a Pubtechgator’s Facebook chatbot!
Our chatbot allows users to interact with the content published on our Pubtechgator.bmj.com aggregator website in very much in the same light as The Guardian, The Wall Street Journal and other publishers do with their Facebook bots. Continue reading “Pubtechgator’s Facebook Chatbot”
London, UK, 03 October 2017 – BMJ, a leading medical knowledge provider, has adopted ReView, River Valley’s submission and peer review system, for BMJ Open Science (http://openscience.bmj.com) The new journal applies open science principles to preclinical research, and incorporates several innovative features in peer review.
BMJ Talk Medicine podcasts are now available on SoundCloud, iTunes, Stitcher, TuneIn and Google Play Continue reading “BMJ Talk Medicine podcasts now available on Stitcher, TuneIn and Google Play”
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