Towards an Open Research Knowledge Graph – One must chuckle

One must chuckle … I was looking at Towards an Open Research Knowledge Graph by
Sören Auer & Sanjeet Mann

It’s behind a paywall …

Can we please not use the phrase Open Anything unless its actually open and available without a paywall 🙂





486 Verbs account for 90% of occurrences


looking at citations’ meaningfulness  in Tahamtan, Iman, and Lutz Bornmann. “What Do Citation Counts Measure? An Updated Review of Studies on Citations in Scientific Documents Published between 2006 and 2018.” arXiv preprint arXiv:1906.04588 (2019).

Bertin and Atanassova (2014) showed that in the introduction section, “70 verbs account for 50% of all verb occurrences, and 486 verbs account for 90% of the occurrences”.

Lots and lots of insights and data here ….


note to self. – follow up and look at related work


Experiment 2 -The Search for Deep Learning Impact

Now added a recent search that looked for recent USPTO grants that specified Deep Learning and Medicine …

filed under

PATEX 2: Patent Exploration for Artificial Intelligence in Medicine (AIM)

Experiment 2 -The Search for Deep Learning Impact

As an amusing element, it picked up this:

US-10040551-B2. – Drone delivery of coffee based on a cognitive state of an individual.



Did IBM Watson Overpromise on AI Health Care?

Eliza Strickland has an opinion 

IBM Watson’s foundations  certainly had and still have a lot of promise!  Perhaps a more thorough ‘lessons learned’  is on order.

(web article states  article appears in the April 2019 print issue as “IBM Watson, Heal Thyself.”)