"...Therefore, faculties of medicine need to rapidly and
adequately digitalise their approaches to teaching."
Highlighting any text that contains an error
and pressing E on your keyboard teaches
the text processing programs.
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This is one of the ways computers learn.
Reporting the error lets the text programs
know there is a mistake.
Errors are sent to OpenMD.ai editors and
drive continuous improvement.
If you see an error, just highlight it and then
press E on your keyboard.
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read and learn without any difficulty.
Anyone can highlight any text on any page
and then just press L.
Highlight any text you want it to learn
and then just press L ... for Learn
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Recommend any text from any page
among the 35 million on OpenMD.life
including any article from any medical
Users drive continuous learning by
recommending any text of interest,
keywords, concepts, names and
new medical terminology.
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is a recent example.
If you are an expert in your field or
learning something for the first time,
you can direct the computer to learn
about anything, just highlight any text
and press L.
The text processing programs update
daily using recommendations and they
begin identifying and linking to medical
concepts from the recommended text.
Human collective intelligence teaches
Automated Machine Learning using
medical reference databases including
PubMed, Clinical Trial Sponsors and
the Human Reference Genome. ⇗
We discover and create knowledge
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Emma Brunskill is an Assistant Professor
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and Stanford Graduate School of Education.
The Brunskill Group ⇗ studies personalized
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