Wikipedia is a summary of reliable sources which editors identify and cite. One part of the Wikipedia editorial process is identifying high quality publications and recommending them for inclusion into relevant Wikipedia articles. The general name for this is "research discovery", which is the identification of existing research to improve writing.
In 2018-19 there have been technological, content, and social changes in the Wikimedia platform which promise to change the way that Wikipedia editors find research. Furthermore, the improvements in source discovery which would benefit Wikipedia are applicable to anyone's research process. Using medical literature as an example, this presentation will review the current state of practice, then profile new developments in from a machine learning pilot with Cochrane, the WikiCite project, and the Scholia interface.
3. good health - this talk is about access to medical information
9. industry - this talk describes how Wikimedia projects are opening up closed commercial monopolies with free access to information
10. reduced inequalities - Wikipedia's medical editors are among its most diverse community, with scientists everywhere in the world. The projects in this talk are driven by multiculturalism and multilingual access.
Each Space at Wikimania 2019 will have specific format requests. The program design prioritises submissions which are future-oriented and directly engage the audience. The format of this submission is a: