NEW YORK – As algorithms and artificial intelligence infiltrate science, don’t expect bots to replace researchers — but AI may guide scientists and funding agents toward the most promising unexplored territory.
There’s a lot of room for improvement in the way humans are choosing scientific questions, says sociology professor James Evans, who suggested the use of algorithms for guidance in a special section of Science Magazine called “Toward a More Scientific Science.”
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