We all know that there’s an infinite amount of data on the internet for essentially any topic. Don’t believe me? Let’s test it. It took Google 0.46 seconds to give me 460 MILLION results for “multi-label text classification.” You get the point. So when we built the algorithm the enables Skim AI to process loads of information to pull out facts and other important data points with the click of a button, we followed three guidelines to ensure we only captured the top 20% facts:
Essentially, what we’re pulling out from every paper, article or news story are what we call “top 20% facts.” These facts fall in the top 20% of quality (in terms of the above guidelines) among others on the topic. In other words, the facts that are the most contextual and data rich and are from sources that don’t include a lot of noise. In other other words, reliable pieces of information that provide valuable insights.
The same Skim AI algorithm that identifies facts for you in an uploaded PDF or online Reuters article is also the one that scans the internet to provide you search results on our native fact-search engine. That means no paid advertisements or SEO gimmicks to get results at the top of the page. Skim AI only returns results that abide by the three guidelines above; they are high signal, now noise sources.
Skim AI brings you only top 20% facts to get you the information you need, faster. Learn more about the power of Skim AI and how you can use it to find the top 20% facts you’re looking for.
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