Friday, September 22

Russia has created a plagiarism search system in 100 languages of the world

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The Anti-Plagiarism system has received a new functionality, within which it will be able to find textual matches in scientific papers, literary works and documents in 100 languages of the world. This was reported to TASS by the press service of the National Technology Initiative Project Support Fund (NTI Foundation).

“The new functionality of the Anti-Plagiarism system finds textual matches in scientific papers, literary works and documents written in any languages of the world, support for 100 languages has been announced today,” the foundation said.

It is noted that the updated algorithm for finding borrowings of the Antiplagiat system checks not only the text itself, but also its semantic load without reference to the document language. So, with the help of neuroanalysis and artificial intelligence technologies, the system determines and details the structure of the document, generates an annotation and highlights the bibliography, the press service added.

“The new technical solution has already been integrated into the product line of the Anti-Plagiarism system and is in great demand among universities, research institutes, large publishing houses in Russia and the former CIS countries,” the foundation’s press service added.

They noted that the developed software has commercial potential for implementation in the markets of India, Turkey, the Arab countries of the Middle East, Latin America, as it removes language restrictions.

Vadim Medvedev, Director of the NTI Foundation, said that the decision was implemented with the state support of the Ministry of Finance, and the amount of grant support in the amount of 180 million rubles was provided based on the results of the competitive selection of the project as part of the implementation of the federal project “Digital Technologies” of the national program “Digital Economy of the Russian Federation”.


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