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Summary

HTTP 200 : URL Summary Model POST/summary.json
						{
  "title": "The hidden truth behind early Obamacare numbers: It's not what it seems",
  "summerizationCriteria": "3 Lines of summary",
  "summary": [
    "As the law was originally envisioned, more than half of the uninsured people in the United States -- 24 million or so, according to the Kaiser Family Foundation -- who would be getting insurance through Obamacare would have been getting Medicaid.",
    "Anyone who makes less than 138% of the poverty level -- about $27,000 for a family of four -- isn't eligible for federal subsidies to buy insurance, so Medicaid is effectively their only option.So it's not necessarily a bad thing if more than half of the people getting insurance under Obamacare so far are getting Medicaid.",
    "But in many of the states operating their own exchanges, new Medicaid enrollees account for more than half of the people who have obtained insurance under Obamacare since October 1."
  ],
  "people": [
    "Salo",
    "Matt Salo"
  ],
  "time": 3459,
  "tweets": 7,
  "facebookLikes": 1162
}						
Article Summary (URL or Text) Using ML and NLP

Get highlights from the article. Crisp summaries for quick overview


Test console
Description
Parameter
string

Url of the article. This is required field if you are not passing text and title.
Example: http://www.cnn.com/2013/10/26/politics/obamacare-medicaid-enroll/index.html?hpt=hp_t1

url

Optional

string

The article to get the summary. This is required field if you are not passing url.
Example: Washington (CNN) -- The White House has been tight-lipped about how many uninsured Americans have signed up for health care insurance under the Affordable Care Act, which has led to some concerns about whether enough people are enrolling in private health plans to make the economic model work. Under the law, insurance companies are required to cover anyone. But in order to make that economically feasible, everyone has to buy insurance. The White House has set a goal of enrolling 7 million people in private insurance plans through the new health insurance exchanges by March 31, 2014, the end of the glitch-plagued open enrollment period that started October 1. But it has been tight-lipped so far about how many people have actually enrolled in private insurance plans -- those who have both applied and paid the premiums in advance. Officials announced Thursday that 700,000 people have applied for insurance plans in both the 36 states that are using a federally run health care exchange and the 14 states running their own exchanges. But don't apply that 700,000 application figure to the 7 million enrollment goal. For starters, there's no guarantee that all 700,000 will ultimately enroll in a health insurance plan. Finger-pointing at Obamacare hearing Kabuki of calling for Sebelius's firing Debate over privacy at Obamacare hearing And those 700,000 applications include Medicaid enrollments. Medicaid programs are the public health insurance programs run by states to provide low-income people with health insurance. As the law was originally envisioned, more than half of the uninsured people in the United States -- 24 million or so, according to the Kaiser Family Foundation -- who would be getting insurance through Obamacare would have been getting Medicaid. Anyone who makes less than 138% of the poverty level -- about $27,000 for a family of four -- isn't eligible for federal subsidies to buy insurance, so Medicaid is effectively their only option. So it's not necessarily a bad thing if more than half of the people getting insurance under Obamacare so far are getting Medicaid. But in many of the states operating their own exchanges, new Medicaid enrollees account for more than half of the people who have obtained insurance under Obamacare since October 1.

text

Optional

string

This is required field if you are not passing url.
Example: The hidden truth behind early Obamacare numbers: It's not what it seems

title

Optional

number

Number of lines in returned summary.
Example: 3

lines

Optional

string

Percentage of input as summary. If lines and percent both parameters are passed then lines will take precedence.
Example: 10%

percent

Optional

string

If true, api will identify and return people in this article.
Example: true

identifyPeople

Optional

string

If true, tweet for this url will be returned in response. This step will add increase api response time.
Example: true

fetchTweets

Optional

string

If true, Facebook likes for this url will be returned in response. This step will add increase api response time.
Example: true

fetchLikes

Optional

You must have an API key to test this API!


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