Using what they call cutting-edge artificial intelligence, the Pluribo add-on of Firefox promises to deliver you instant summaries of any Amazon.com web page you are viewing on the Web. Why read the entire review, when you can get the proverbial cliff notes this way?
How does Pluribo: Instant Summeries work?
Well, essentially Pluribo does exactly what you’d do if you had the time: it reads every word, learns what people liked and disliked, and then figures out the key lessons. But, unlike a person, Pluribo does this automatically. So it can fetch you the bottom line at light speed– freeing up your day to enjoy the finer things in life.
This plugin shows a lot of promise. I too, like many of you, do a lot of shopping on Amazon and most of the review are usually pretty handy to have when it comes to comparing products. Of course you take it with a grain of salt, but there is no doubt that it helps and this add-on just speeds up that process of skimming over reviews.
Pluribo: Instant Summaries shows a lot of promise, but I would like to see the tool work on more than just Amazon. I want to see it work everywhere!