About Elicit

Elicit, an advanced AI research assistant, is set to revolutionize the way researchers interact with unstructured text data. With the upcoming release of GPT-4, Elicit aims to provide even more valuable features to streamline the research process. Developer Jungwon recently took to Twitter to announce that in 2022, Elicit successfully transformed unstructured text from papers into structured tables. Building on this accomplishment, Elicit is now poised to introduce a groundbreaking capability in 2023: the ability to “pivot” the structured text, allowing users to group it based on concepts. Here are three key features of Elicit that researchers can anticipate:

  1. Structured Text Transformation: Elicit leverages the power of GPT-4 to convert unstructured text from research papers into structured tables. This feature eliminates the need for researchers to manually organize and categorize information, saving valuable time and effort.
  2. Conceptual Grouping: Building on its previous success, Elicit in 2023 will enable users to “pivot” the structured text. By grouping information based on concepts, researchers can easily explore connections, patterns, and relationships within their data. This feature enhances the researchers’ ability to extract meaningful insights efficiently.
  3. Enhanced Research Efficiency: With its advanced capabilities, Elicit powered by GPT-4 aims to significantly enhance research efficiency. By automating data structuring and introducing powerful grouping functionalities, Elicit empowers researchers to focus more on analysis and interpretation, accelerating the pace of discovery.