Elicit, your AI research assistant
Citationsy are happy to announce that they have partnered with Ought to offer Elicit, an AI research assistant, to its users.
Our mission at Citationsy is to help everyone become more productive at every stage of their academic work — from research to bibliography generation. Through Elicit, anyone can now use machine learning to help them with their research and discovery process. Elicit’s goal is to automate and scale open-ended reasoning with language models—synthesizing evidence and arguments, designing research plans, and evaluating interventions.
Today, by using Elicit our users can find academic papers, ask questions about them, and summarize their findings.
To read more about Elicit and their future plan visit: the plan for Elicit.
About Elicit by Ought
At Ought, our mission is to automate and scale open-ended reasoning, so that future improvements in machine learning help as much with thinking and reflection as they do with tasks that have clear short-term outcomes.
That’s why we’re building Elicit, an AI research assistant, that helps you classify datasets, brainstorm research questions, and search through publications.
Citationsy is an online referencing tool for people who value simplicity, privacy, and speed. It automates the citation, reference list and bibliography process in over 9,200 referencing styles including APA, Chicago, DIN, MLA, and Harvard.
It’s the world’s leading and most accurate citation generator and management tool that allows users to cite any source with a click via web platform, mobile app, or browser extension.