Product Hunt Daily Digest
June 10th, 2024

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Happy Monday! The Product Hunt team is spending the week together in sunny Barcelona (it’s raining). In today’s digest, I’m covering an AI tool that wants to help you remember more information. But first…

The headlines:

🍎 WWDC is happening today — here’s what you should know. 

📱 New York is moving to limit kid's access to addictive feeds. 

🎧 Samsung’s newest earphones look an awful lot like Airpods, according to this leak.

PRODUCT HIGHLIGHT
Remember more information with this AI tool

The internet is kind of like a double-edged sword. On one side, you have instant access to a limitless amount of information through articles, research papers, blogs, podcasts, and videos. Conversely, there’s so much information that you’ll likely forget what you consumed within a week.

That’s the exact problem Paul Richards, co-founder of Recall, was dealing with. No matter how many knowledge management tools he tried, he always spent more time organizing his notes than actually consuming the information. 

“When my frustration reached an all-time peak, I decided to take matters into my own hands and built my own tool.” Active Recall is the next step in Paul and his team’s mission to to bring order to information chaos. 

It’s an AI-powered web-based tool that aims to help you remember more of what you consume by utilizing better categorization, contextual recollection, and even some gamification. When you stumble upon something interesting, click the Recall icon in your browser bar, from there, Recall will get to work summarzing the piece based on key points. 

Once done, it will add it to your knowledge base and categorize it based on what it mentions. If it’s an article about GPT-5 rumors, it will likely mention OpenAI, Sam Altman, AI, and large language models. This is to make it easier for users to resurface content. Rather than relying on remembering the title or publication, you can just remember what it was about. 

It gets really interesting how it ties different bits of information together as you’re actively consuming content. Say you’re reading an article about Elon Musk. You might have a piece about colonizing Mars saved, one of Musk’s and Space X’s main goals. Recall will remember this and resurface it to you in the right context. 

Alongside that, Recall also gamifies information retention with things like AI-generated information quizzes, which ideally should help you retain more knowledge about what you’ve read. If you want to try it out, the team is offering 40% off for today only. 

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