Document Analysis NLP IA
FREQ, RAKE or TFIDF
Summary (IA Generated)
LinkedIn is selling SlideShare to Scribd – a digital library leader for books, audiobooks, and other professional works.
Scribd specializes in hosting millions of user–uploaded documents such as study guides, business templates, self-published stories, books, and more.
Scribd will take over operation of Slideshare on September 24th.
For Slideshare users that means accounts and uploaded content are all safe.
For LinkedIn users, the company says it will still offer the ability for users to upload, share, and discuss documents.
LinkedIn offers these parting words as it says goodbye to SlideShare:.
We’ve incorporated the ability to upload, share, and discuss documents on LinkedIn.
Scribd currently offers over 100 million documents, including professionally published works and documents uploaded by users.
“Our acquisition of SlideShare is a major step towards creating the world’s largest digital library.
Scribd has accumulated a unique collection of user-generated and professional content that we make available to our readers via personalized recommendations, and the addition of presentations from the SlideShare community advances our vision.
It allows us to continue diversifying our offering while driving even more readers to the books, audiobooks, magazines, and other professionally published works in our digital library.
After September 24th, SlideShare users will still be able to access the service through SlideShare.
For those not familiar with Scribd – it’s a subscription service that offers unlimited access to its entire library of content for $9.
Here are some other details about the acquisition that are important for existing SlideShare users to know about.