22 February 2016
Computing giant Microsoft quietly released its own AI scholarly search tool, Microsoft Academic, to the public this May, replacing its predecessor, Microsoft Academic Search, which the company stopped adding to in 2012.
Since this feature became available a year ago, there have been thousands of requests per week regarding authorship claims. These authorship claims have dramatically helped the twice-monthly updated Microsoft Academic Graph (MAG) in reducing its under-conflation issues, ...
This graph is used to power experiences in Bing, Cortana, Word, and in Microsoft Academic.