JAMA Network Open and JAMA Health Forum datasets now available on DLAdata.com
Data Licensing Alliance, Inc. (DLA), the first marketplace for licensing STEM data for artificial intelligence and machine learning (AI/ML) purposes, today announced the addition of the JAMA Network Open and JAMA Health Forum datasets on the DLA marketplace.
“Making these JAMA datasets easily accessible to data scientists to train their AI is strategically important to the JAMA Network. We are interested in using innovative technology such as DLA to advance our mission of publishing and disseminating medical research of the highest quality to physicians around the world. ” said Vida Damijonaitis, JAMA Network’s Director of Worldwide Sales.
David Myers, CEO and founder of DLA says “We are delighted with the addition of the JAMA Network Open and JAMA Health Forum datasets on the DLA Marketplace. Training AI/ML algorithms with high-impact peer-reviewed data from the JAMA Network is essential for comprehensive knowledge and will result in far better results for data scientists.”
The addition of JAMA content helps build DLA’s mission making both the acquisition and licensing of reliable data quicker and more efficient for Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning, providing users with an easy and cost-effective way to access data.
We are grateful for the support of the JAMA Network in joining our mission to make researchers’ AI smarter.