I dare to generalize that anyone researching anything has a similar motive – to find the most impactful information and to be the first one of your competitors to do so. So that means you need to know where to look, how to look and what to look for. But even after 10,000 hours of research, it’s impossible for an expert to keep up with the amount of data that is being pushed out every day. I wanted to build something to help individuals process “internet scale” amounts of information, find what they need and allow them to make better decisions and grasp tomorrow’s potential, today.
Over a span of 18 months, my business partner and I built and trained an algorithm based on verbal patterns to detect facts in written text. The goal was to create a tool that could scrape the massive amounts of information published daily on the internet and help knowledge workers find what they needed faster.
Today, Skim AI is democratizing access to machine learning and natural language processing tools so that you can uncover the trends of tomorrow right now. The machine learning aspect means that our future of work tools will continuously improve and expand in ability based on the needs of our users and everything we do is to support them in their research efforts. Whether an MBA student preparing for a case or an investment banker tracking prospects, Skim AI was built to be your trusted research assistant.