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AI Models for Document Summarization
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AI Models for Document Summarization

Last Updated on February 29, 2024 by Editorial Team

Author(s): Poornachandra Sarang

Originally published on Towards AI.

Everything you need to know to create a succinct summary
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Ever wonder what kind of abilities are needed to write a book’s blurb? When making a purchase, a consumer looks at the book’s back cover before making a selection. A brief synopsis of the topics covered in the book is provided on the back cover. The buyer then reads the introduction, which provides him with further specific details about the contents of the book. The preface provides a more thorough synopsis of the book’s ideas. Making these summaries demands a great level of ability because, in the end, these are the book’s selling elements.

In this brief post, I will guide you through the many document summarising techniques that have emerged over the past few years. Let us first understand why you require a document summary and for what purpose.

Individuals prefer to quickly skim stories rather than read them in-depth since they lack the time to read lengthy works. This could be an extended news article, research paper, lengthy court decision, or even an extended blog post. In numerous instances, you would be appreciative of receiving a brief synopsis of the piece before to delving into it. Computers can assist you by producing a succinct synopsis…. Read the full blog for free on Medium.

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