The publisher's dilemma: robots don't read the papers

John Leonard
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The publisher's dilemma: robots don't read the papers

Sharon Cooper, CDO at the BMJ, explains how she is trying to prepare the journal publisher for future challenges

Even a publisher that has been assured of its readership for 170 years needs a nip and a tuck if it is to remain relevant in the modern era. That's the message of digital scalpel wielder in chief Sharon...

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