magi.com AI-driven knowledge engineorginally designed by Peak Labs, magnum opus of the Magi Project. Try it through magi.com Knowledge results and direct answers You can try to search for anything, or directly ask questions on magi.com, and receive highly refined and structured knowledge results, or direct answers or snippets semantically matched though natural language understanding. Please refer to the magi.com help for further instructions on using magi.
Magi Zero Zero-shot information extraction. Extract information from plain texts without additional training. Request demo Try it through magi.com Magi's ability of understanding text Throughout the years Magi has been learning knowledge from texts on the Internet, and continuously improving its ability to understand natural language text in the manner of lifelong learning by comparing different sources and working. Summarize your unstructured data It is exactly Magi Zero that supports magi.
Magi One One-shot information extraction. Customizable extraction model with as few as one example. Request demo Try it through magi.com Universality and flexibility Magi's learning material is widely spread among text of every industry in various quality, which nourishes the model's universality and flexibility, such that the model can be tuned to suit a specific task with as little data as only one sample. The cost problem of NLP It has long been a major obstacle for numerous industries to apply AI that the training cost is expensive, especially the process of preparing training datasets.
Magi KG Continuously evolving open domain knowledge graph. Accumulation of the Magi Project over the years. Request demo Try it through magi.com Knowledge graph with no limit Since Magi has no limitation on its learning from different materials, Magi KG contains knowledge from almost every known field, which is by definition an open-world knowledge graph. Owing to the continuous learning of Magi, the knowledge in Magi KG is regularly updated from latest information, including adding, modifying, and deleting of pieces of knowledge.