The UnFound Adaptive Text Summarization API allows you to quickly summarize a piece of text, an article, or a webpage (by URL) by extracting the most important sentences that best capture the meaning of the entire text. You can specify the number of sentences up to which the given content must be summarized.
This API can be used API to generate the following types of summaries as per their use-cases:
General-purpose Summary Given an input text or URL, the API provides an extractive-summary of the text returning Top-N sentences that best represent the entire text or URL.
News Summary News content is often different from general purpose content via an algorithm to focused on news style content when you use this parameter.
Diversified Summary Sometimes a text says more than one type of thing. The diversified-summary picks out the all distinct sentences as a summary.
The API can take any type of text as input and will perform best on URLs corresponding to news, blog, content, etc. There are several tiers of plan usage available.
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Along with the common extractive summary, this API also provides a special summary for news articles giving more importance to the initial part of the News article. Another is a gist-based summary, where instead of summarizing the given text, the API selects the N-most important and diverse points that cover different aspects of the given text.
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