When Scopus AI generates a response to your query, it draws on the metadata and abstracts of the following content types — with the exception of Conference Review, Erratum and Retracted items — published since 2013:
We chose 2013 as the start year to ensure that the response you receive is based on recent content. For the list of Foundational papers provided by the tool, Scopus AI mines the entire Scopus corpus to provide you with a comprehensive list of influential articles on your chosen topic.
A note about generative AI
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