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Microsoft invests in Agolo, a startup that's fighting information overload with automated summarizations | VentureBeat | Entrepreneur | by Paul Sawers

'Agolo, a New York-based startup that’s setting out to help companies fight information overload through AI-powered summarizations, has closed a $3.5 million seed round of funding co-led by Microsoft’s corporate investment fund, Microsoft Ventures, and CRV, with participation from Point72 Ventures and Franklin Templeton.

Founded in 2012, Agolo in its original guise was all about helping users curate their Twitter feed to focus on tweets and conversations that were most relevant to their preferences. But that early beta, it seems, was more of a proof of concept, showing how it’s possible to crunch vast swathes of information to zoom in on the data that matters most. And so today Agolo is pitched as the “world’s most advanced summarization software,” connecting news, documents, data, and more to create real-time summaries more quickly.'

https://venturebeat.com/2017/05/03/microsoft-invests-in-agolo-a-startup-thats-fighting-information-overload-with-automated-summarizations/

Summarization Platform | Agolo https://www.agolo.com/splash

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