We are developing a toolkit based on the most recent advancements in AI for natural language processing. It's called Xeno.
Most of the data in our lifetime are in textual form. There are many situations, where summarisation could save you a lot of time, as well as offer crucial information on a silver platter when you have no time to read through a long article.
Xeno is the prefect tool for every individual who deals with larger amounts of text on a daily or semi-daily basis. It's suitable for making reports, notes, quick-reads and blog writing, to name a few. It's also a perfect tool for students and researchers.
Xeno is multilingual, meaning it summarises texts in all languages (exception being Chinese and Japanese). It reads through the text, learns the language dynamic, specific to that text, evaluates which parts of the text are important and forms a summary based on that evaluation.
The texts that you want to summarise can be up to 35 000 characters long (about 10 A4 pages) and the summaries can be super short or a bit longer (up to 10mins of reading time). This flexibility offers you the chance to not just get help reading texts, but also writing their summaries or reports as well.
It works in a few easy steps. You start off by pasting the raw text into the input field (can also be an URL or text copied from a PDF). Then, you choose the length of the summary you want to get and the type of summarisation (you can always try both and see which one fits best to your needs). Xeno then outputs a summary, highlighting the important words of the text, and you can simply download your summary or copy it to your clipboard.
Try it out and let us know what you think!
Last updated 17 Jan 2021