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Scrap.so is an AI-powered data collection tool that allows users to browse the web and automatically gather data. With Scrap, users can input their data requirements and a list of websites, or alternatively allow the tool to find relevant websites to scrape. Once initiated, Scrap will crawl the website and extract the required data before sending it to the user via a specified output method. This tool enables businesses to collect data on a large scale without the need for human intervention, saving time and increasing efficiency. Additionally, this tool ensures compliance with web scraping policies and data protection requirements to protect users from any legal issues. Overall, Scrap.so is a reliable and efficient data collection tool that can provide businesses with valuable insights, enabling them to make data-driven decisions and gain a competitive edge in their industry.

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Genai Works
Published
April 15, 2024

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