August 10, 2023, New York
Enago Read has announced the launch of Copilot, an AI-powered assistant that can process any scientific paper with the help of a Large Language Model and will be able to provide assistance quickly. Copilot provides a simple, easy to use, chat-like interface with multilingual capabilities.
Copilot has been designed to streamline the research process, helping users save time, enhance productivity, and gain a deeper understanding of their papers. The tool can be used to get a concise summary of a manuscript, find definitions to key terms, and understand its goals and outcomes. Moreover, it can provide answers in multiple languages, enabling researchers to extract the key points from a paper in their native tongue.
In addition to optimising research and improving productivity for individual researchers, Copilot offers seamless integration into the workflows of libraries, publishers, and corporations. By streamlining operations, Copilot can help librarians enhance the overall visibility and usage of library subscribed content, it also results in time and cost savings for publishers and corporations by automating the process of finding relevant research, identifying key takeaways from bulk manuscripts, and analyzing research trends.
Sharad Mittal, CEO of Crimson AI, the parent company of Enago Read stated, “Since launching Copilot, we have seen a 250% increase in Enago Read’s weekly usage. Enago Read has quickly become an indispensable tool for researchers. Copilot's successful launch is the result of the collective efforts of our AI experts, data scientists, and linguists. However, this is just the beginning! We have more AI innovations in the pipeline. These are indeed exciting times!”
About Enago Read
Enago Read (previously RaXter.io) is an AI-powered reading assistant that enriches the research process by providing a smart space for literature analysis, creating knowledge, and collaborating with peers on their research.
Enago is a trusted name in author services for the global research community. Since 2005, Enago has worked with researchers in more than 125 countries; improving the communication of their research and helping them achieve successful publication. Globally, Enago is a preferred partner for leading publishers, societies and universities. They have offices in Tokyo, Seoul, Beijing, Shanghai, Istanbul, London, Mumbai and New Jersey. Enago operates globally with regional teams supporting researchers locally.