A while ago I mentioned Research Rabbit here as a tool to find research papers, based on the ones already in my collection (e.g. through syncing with Zotero). Last week I created an account at Elicit. It's a natural language processing based algorithm to find relevant papers for you based on a specific research question you give it to work with (although it can also take you

@ton Can you use either of those to find actual scientific research, not the crap that's pedalled by drug companies?

@cambridgeport90 my topics usually keep me away from medical or drug research. You can feed it the stuff that you found relevant earlier though and extend from there

@ton good to know. But I can extrapolate from what you're saying that the answer is probably yes, considering those sources seem to be unbiased.

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