Improve your manuscript evaluation process with AI
UNSILO Manuscript Evaluation supports experts with machine intelligence to scale human capacity for manuscript preparation; scale content screening, and reduce time to publication. Work smarter with AI!
Scale your capacities to evaluate manuscripts
The dramatic growth in research output will challenge the traditional peer review models unless we augment and strengthen our screening capabilities.
As a result, UNSILO has launched Manuscript Evaluation, an emerging set of tools that use advanced machine intelligence and natural-language understanding to help authors, editors, reviewers, and publishers carry out manuscript submission and evaluation. We are building and refining the feature set with our pilot partners over the coming months.
Contact us for more information, or if you are interested in a pilot partnership.
Improve your manuscript evaluation with rich tools custom-tailored for your workflow
UNSILO Manuscript Evaluation accelerates and improves the submission and evaluation process, combining real-time natural-language processing with sophisticated artificial intelligence. This new approach to submission supports human evaluation, reduces time to publication, and enables the screening of content, both pre- and post-submission, to be scaled significantly.
Some early pilot features include widgets such as:
Our sophisticated reference analysis automatically scans the wider literature against each submitted manuscript to spot outdated, missing, or seminal references.
Let AI help you look at each manuscript to assess which sentences in the manuscript resemble assertions or key findings compared to similar statements in the literature.
Use industry-leading NLP to instantly match incoming manuscripts with journals, and understand why a manuscript would be a good match for a specific journal. Automatically match manuscripts with appropriate editors and peer reviewers
Key concept check
Quickly navigate to key topics in a manuscript, to see most common phrases and words used to reference key concepts. (Coming soon, auto-compare to author-provided keywords, and suggest changes).
Key concept trends
Use machine analysis across thousands of articles to instantly access macro-subject trends in your own journals and beyond.