When you are doing research, it is easy to lose time browsing sources that are not relevant to you. Summarization helps you quickly skim articles and decide whether they are worth reading.
The Frase Research Assistant searches and summarizes sources, so you don't have to go back and forth between web browser and text editor.
Frase analyzes text through the lens of a deep neural network trained on billions of documents. It is able to understand relationships between topics and classify them by type (concepts, organizations, people, location, etc.).
Advanced topic modeling has a wide range of applications, including content strategy, SEO, trend detection, or market research, among others.
Google is no longer looking for specific keywords in your content , but is seeking deeper topic authority. With previous research tools, Fernando ended up with a list of topics but no clear direction about how to craft the article. Frase’s ability to summarize articles in a user-friendly and intuitive way that immediately extracts the content’s core elements has proven key to fast, high-value editorial research and content creation.
Award-winning journalist and filmmaker Rohit Gandhi is teaching India's new generations how to produce authentic content. Producing well researched, unbiased editorial takes a lot of time and resources. How could a journalist leverage Artificial Intelligence to research every side of a story?