Is this research paper too long to read? AI can summarise it for you


What if an AI-powered software could condense a study into a concise, single-sentence summary? — AFP Relaxnews

Most students would attest that they spend countless hours reading research papers. Researchers at the Allen Institute for Artificial Intelligence have developed a new AI-powered model that summarises key arguments in scientific papers. So you don’t have to drown in text.

This free tool, known as TLDR (the Internet acronym for “Too long, didn’t read”), condenses a study into a concise, single-sentence summary. It does so by focusing on the paper’s salient information from the abstract, introduction, and conclusion sections. This software removes things like methodological details, which are usually summarised in the abstract.

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