Kagi’s Summarizer Update is Bonkers

June 09, 2023

Kagi has an update to its summarizer functionality that lets you ingest a giant piece of content, output a summary, and then ask its large language model questions specific to this content.

Why It Matters

Instead of having to read a large piece of writing or listen to a super long podcast, you can get the key points. You can then asks questions specific to your interests. If you’re consuming writing for its utility instead of entertainment, this is a big time saver.

What to Try

  • Long podcasts
  • YouTube Videos
  • Big PDFs.

The Lesson for Writers and Content Creators

A lot of content can be filler. If you’re a writer it is worth learning to use headings, smaller paragraphs, and other tools to more concisely convey your ideas. Also check out Smart Brevity.

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