Is Automated Content Creation Ready for Commercial Use?

Is Automated Content Creation Ready for Commercial Use?

AI technologies have captivated the business world for decades, promising fast-paced advancements that will replace human workers with efficient computer systems that will do a better job in just about any field. So far, these advancements are ringing true in many areas, especially in content marketing. Nevertheless, is automated content creation ready for online publishing? Let us take a look at the facts surrounding the commercial use of AI.

AI: Artificial Intelligence

Occasionally referred to as machine intelligence, artificial intelligence or AI is the depth of reasoning, planning, learning and processing capable of a machine. The development of this technology has been ongoing since 1956 and today includes tasks that range from simple to very complex processes that mimic natural intelligence possessed by human beings.

As an example, business management relies on AI developed processes for simple tasks that assist human workers, such as the categorization and organization of email, as an example. The process behind organizing email includes simple instructions set by the user through a polished IF/THEN interface. The user would provide a set of instructions to their email system to alert them in a special way and/or flag the email as important if it is from an important customer, for instance. Basic decision management such as this is a mature technology, used in a wide variety of applications to assist human workers to be more efficient and organized.

Conversely, continuously learning AI platforms such as virtual assistants Siri, Google Now and Cortana are able to take on complex human tasks with a few verbal instructions, but must keep learning as they operate. If your office manager tells Siri to place an order for paper, further instructions can be given to keep an inventory of the paper, and to reorder when stock gets low. The VA will eventually know how to determine the lag time for shipping the supply of paper so that it arrives at the perfect time, and so on.

AI for e-commerce

The E-commerce industry has been employing AI for many purposes with great effect, the most obvious of which includes smart searches and relevance-driven recommendations. Over time, AI for e-commerce has led to richer customer experiences thanks to personalization, with product recommendations and dynamic price optimization. On the other side of this technology is what AI provides to the industry, which includes purchase predictions, fraud prevention and a host of other benefits.

Marketing with AI

Of course, automated content creation for content marketing operations has been written about many times in our own articles and is a solid use of AI in business. Further uses of AI in marketing includes language recognition of sales prospects, complex customer segmentation and data analysis, automated web design and predictive customer service, to name but a few. As the pace of development increases, more and more useful, AI based technology occurs every day in all industries.

AI as a disruptive technology

The AI market is flourishing, with numerous startups and corporations racing to acquire and implement their own versions. We now have the opportunity to discover more innovative, disruptive uses for AI technology, where it is employed across the entire organization and revolutionizes large industries. Think of the banking industry, which is on the way to becoming fully digital. Soon, the days of banking as an institution will be over, as they become companies organized more like Amazon or Google.

The automotive industry is another great example of disruptive AI technology changing that industry radically in the anticipation of self-driving cars. Car companies such as Tesla, Audi and even tech giant Google have all introduced driverless, self-driving or automatic driving cars in the last few years, with varying degrees of success.

What about Automated Content Creation?

We have given examples and a sense of premature AI technologies, as well as some that are used in daily life, but the question we promised to answer is if automated content creation is ready for commercial use. The first thing that has to be considered is how the content will be used and by whom. Content that requires personality, authenticity, originality and persuasion is challenging for AI. In most cases, the technology has not matured to the level that it can completely mimic a human’s writing style. AI content creation is still based on algorithms, but it is the complexity of these algorithms that determines the quality and value of the content.

The good news is that there are very efficient automated content creation tools based on AI technology that are already in use today. Phrasetech is the technological leader, with proven success for creating ready-to-use online content for many different types of industries. Phrasetech’s technology is 100% percent ready for commercial use, as our advanced system creates content that is indistinguishable from human writing and can quickly learn how to write content about new subjects. In fact, Phrasetech’s content is so good it passes the Turing test, which is the standard that measures how intelligent machines are by comparing them to human processes.

Commercial Use of AI Content: A Real-World Scenario

Phrasetech works with many industries from A to Z and has created content from many types of data. Narrowing down a specific example to demonstrate this would just be too difficult, but we can come up with an illustrative scenario that provides an education of how our technology works. For this scenario, we are going to enter the world of hospitality and focus on a restaurant chain by the name of “The Sushi Place”. The restaurant chain has data that looks something like this:

Business overview data that includes all details of the chef, specialties, awards, seating capacity and more:

A food inventory and other data that is tracked by the restaurant such as number of employees, profits, sales data and more:

The restaurant chain needs two types of content; engaging articles that educate their customers on what they offer and list-based, and factual content for use on their website. Based on the data above, AI content creation technology created the following article:

Using the same set of data, the automated content creation system used a different set of instructions to create the following website content:

There is a lot of advanced technology that is involved to absorb all this information at one time and draw masterful conclusions about each product and nuance of the business. The end goal, of course, is to create human-readable content that is useful for clients and compelling for their customers. Internally, it involves a set of algorithms that are specifically designed for each client.

The Phrasetech system, like the one in our example, can turn out commercially viable content using available data for many different industries with a bit of work before the data is involved. Keep in mind that all this happens in a fraction of the time, for much less cost than a team of human writers could perform. No matter what your industry or what you data consists of, Phrasetech is the leader in turning out meaningful content for commercial use that is indistinguishable from human writing.


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