The latest news from UNSILO

June 1, 2020

The problem with keywords

Keywords have been with us since the 1960s. They were first used when digital content started to become a reality, in the 1960s, as a way of facilitating discovery. A glance […]
May 26, 2020

Welcome to Henning Kristensen

Henning is UNSILO’s latest recruit, joining the DevOps team as Lead Architect. What appealed about UNSILO, Henning? It’s local, and I feel everyone shares a vision – this seemed to […]
May 20, 2020

Cambridge University Press adopts UNSILO for recommended links

One of the world’s leading university presses, and arguably the oldest, has started providing this week recommended links on the Cambridge Core site (https://www.cambridge.org/core/). The Cambridge site related content across […]
April 21, 2020

Making UNSILO Classify scalable

At UNSILO, we always welcome feedback, and it was very heartening to have requests from our Classify users that they wanted to make the product more scalable, as they progress from tens of classes to hundreds and […]
April 14, 2020
Manuscript Manager demo screen

Manuscript Manager integrates with UNSILO

Manuscript Manager, the Copenhagen-based peer review software vendor, has integrated two of UNSILO’s Evaluation tools: the Reviewer Finder and Technical Checks. Publishers are already trialing both. Manuscript Manager is very much the […]
January 15, 2020

UNSILO Survey reveals significant potential for improving scholarly journal submission workflows

Technical Checking of manuscripts is a core activity in scholarly publishing – around 5.4m manuscripts are submitted to scholarly journals per year, with just over half of them approved for […]
December 20, 2019

Can AI solve the problem of too much to read?

Jill O’Neill wrote a fascinating piece in Scholarly Kitchen about the challenge of having too much to read. Everyone in academic research is familiar with this challenge, but all too […]
October 20, 2019

AI in Publishing: what did we learn from the panel session?

UNSILO hosted two panel sessions about AI in academic publishing at this year’s Frankfurt Book Fair. As Geoffrey Bilder of Crossref, one of the panellists, memorably stated, “I had resolved […]
October 13, 2019

Panel Discussion at the Frankfurt Book Fair: AI and Academic Publishing

How is AI being used by academic publishers? Is this technology a supplement to or a replacement for human decision-making? Questions such as these are of vital interest to everyone […]
September 2, 2019

Jonas Kelstrup, the accidental product designer

I talked with Jonas Kelstrup, UNSILO’s new UX and product designer. How did you get into UX? It was kind of accidental! I started out as a graphic designer in […]
August 21, 2019

AI in Academic Publishing: Why a survey?

You can access the survey here. How is AI being used by academic publishers? Is this technology now accepted as a supplement to or a replacement for human decision-making? Can AI […]
August 2, 2019

Jens Fogh, UNSILO Developer

Jens Fogh has been with UNSILO for around a year. He talked about working with UNSILO. I work in the development team, implementing solutions and making use of the machine learning […]