SUPP.AI: finding evidence for supplement-drug interactions

@inproceedings{Wang2020SUPPAIFE,
  title={SUPP.AI: finding evidence for supplement-drug interactions},
  author={Lucy Lu Wang and Oyvind Tafjord and Arman Cohan and Sarthak Jain and Sam Skjonsberg and Carissa Schoenick and Nick Botner and Waleed Ammar},
  booktitle={ACL},
  year={2020}
}
  • Lucy Lu Wang, Oyvind Tafjord, +5 authors Waleed Ammar
  • Published in ACL 2020
  • Computer Science
  • Dietary supplements are used by a large portion of the population, but information on their pharmacologic interactions is incomplete. To address this challenge, we present SUPP.AI, an application for browsing evidence of supplement-drug interactions (SDIs) extracted from the biomedical literature. We train a model to automatically extract supplement information and identify such interactions from the scientific literature. To address the lack of labeled data for SDI identification, we use… CONTINUE READING

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