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Language, engine, and tooling for expressing, testing, and evaluating composable language rules on input strings.Project mention: Experimental library for scraping websites using OpenAI's GPT API | news.ycombinator.com | 2023-03-25
For the reasons others have said I don't see it replacing 'traditional' scraping soon. But I am looking forward to it replacing current methods of extracting data from the scraped content.
I've been using Duckling  for extracting fuzzy dates and times from text. It does a good job but I needed a custom build with extra rules to make that into a great job. And that's just for dates, 1 of 13 dimensions supported. Being able to use an AI that handles them with better accuracy will be fantastic.
Does a specialised model trained to extract times and dates already exist? It's entity tagging but a specialised form (especially when dealing with historical documents where you may need Gregorian and Julian calendars).
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