descrybe in Action

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Last updated on September 10, 2023

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The descrybe engine can be used to parse and summarize any type of document, but it is particularly useful for turning complex language into accessible conversational English for easy understanding by the general public. This is perfect for legal opinions, but it is also great for indictments and other legal documents that are trending in the news.

United States of America v. Google LLC
September 10, 2023. In anticipation of the upcoming trial, we have descrybed the Summary judgment ruling by Judge Amit Mehta of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia.
Robinhood Financial LLC v. Secretary of the Commonwealth
August 25, 2023. We automatically summarized this important Massachusetts Supreme Court case the day it came out.
Public Comment Draft — Curriculum Framework for Comprehensive Health and Physical Education
August 23, 2023. We used our AI engine to summarize this 4,230 word policy excerpt down to 2,033 words, a reduction of approximately 52%. We instructed our engine to leave in more detail than in some of our other summarized documents listed below.
Freedom to Vote Act
August 19, 2023. We were able to summarize this 607 page legislation document with 101,267 words down to 23,711 plain English words, a reduction of nearly 77%.
Fifth Circuit in Alliance for Hippocratic Medicine v. FDA
August 17, 2023. Our summarizing reduced the original 18,939 word opinion down to 4,939 words and made it much easier to read and understand.
Trump Georgia Indictment
August 15, 2023. Our summarizing engine brought the original 28,678 word indictment down to 6,707 words for easier understanding and without losing accuracy.