While it’s important to capitalize on fresh content while it is novel and popular, in scholarly publishing there is great value in backlist titles. Information doesn’t lose value with age; it provides perspective, context and in many cases remains evergreen. So how can publishers make sure they’re capitalizing on their entire collections?

Artificial Intelligence offers an alternative and enhancement to traditional curation tools. Using Artificial Intelligence, publishers can make the switch from traditional keyword categorization to concept-based searching. Specifically, knowledge graph technology can identify the multidimensional relationships between concepts, enhancing metadata categorization and searching efforts. Simply put, this means never overlooking a title because it isn’t filed under the right keywords. It means optimizing the discoverability of publishers’ collections.

In this webinar, Yewno COO Ruth Pickering will explore how AI can help publishers use enhanced semantic metadata to better curate their collections and maximize resources.

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