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What Can Text Mining Tell Us About Lithium‐Ion Battery Researchers’ Habits?

Abstract : Artificial Intelligence (AI) has the promise of providing a paradigm shift in battery R&D by significantly accelerating the discovery and optimization of materials, interfaces, phenomena, and processes. However, the efficiency of any AI approach ultimately relies on rapid access to high-quality and interpretable large datasets. Scientific publications contain a tremendous wealth of relevant data and these can possibly, but not certainly, be used to develop reliable AI algorithms useful for battery R&D. To address this, we present here a text mining study wherein we unravel lithium-ion battery researchers' habits when reporting results, reason on how these habits link to issues of lacking reproducibility and discuss the remaining challenges to be tackled in order to develop a more credible and impactful AI for battery R&D.
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Hassna El‐bousiydy, Teo Lombardo, Emiliano Primo, Marc Duquesnoy, Mathieu Morcrette, et al.. What Can Text Mining Tell Us About Lithium‐Ion Battery Researchers’ Habits?. Batteries & Supercaps, Wiley, 2021, ⟨10.1002/batt.202000288⟩. ⟨hal-03163309⟩

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