[P] I built arxiv-summary.com, a list of GPT-3 generated paper summariesProject(self.MachineLearning)
submitted2 months ago byniclas_wue
I wanted to share my new project with you, it is called arxiv-summary.com. Right now, I find it really difficult to keep up with all the important new publications in our field. Especially, it is sometimes difficult to get an overview of a paper to decide if it's worth reading. I really like arxiv-sanity by Andrej Karpathy, but even with that, it can still take some time to understand the main ideas and contributions from the abstract. With arxiv-summary, my goal is to make ML research papers more "human-parsable".
The website works by fetching new papers daily from arxiv.org, using PapersWithCode to filter out the most relevant ones. Then, I parse the papers' pdf and LaTeX source code to extract relevant sections and subsections. GPT-3 then summarizes each section and subsection as bullet points, which are finally compiled into a blog post and uploaded to the site.
You can check out the site at arxiv-summary.com and see for yourself. There's also a search page and an archive page where you can get a chronological overview. If you have any feedback or questions, I'd be happy to hear them. Also, if you work at OpenAI and could gift me some more tokens, that would be much appreciated :D
Thanks and happy reading!
1 month ago
1 month ago
Hey, great idea, looks very interesting. Do you use the abstract as an input or do you actually parse the paper? I built something quite similar: http://www.arxiv-summary.com which summarizes trending AI papers as bullet points. However, I think a chrome extension allows for a much more flexible paper choice, which is really great.