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Omar Faruk
Jul 06, 2022
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Uses a database to aggregate data and create reports. This is Phase 1 of automation. It saves a lot of time ... You need to get all these reports from these various tools, perform analysis on them, and create reports from them. There is also Phase 2. That is where we are now. In addition to the automation of Phase 1 of information aggregation and information collection, the analysis part of the work is also automated. Writing and reporting can also be automated. Take a look at a recent article published in the Search Engine Journal on automatic title and description generation. The computer reads the article. It writes an ghost mannequin effect article summary in an abstract way. So, unlike copying content from an article, it actually summarizes the content of the article in a way that is completely meaningful to the end user. This usually takes a few minutes for the user. advertisement Continue reading below And that computer can do it automatically on a large scale. This is a huge leap from automated reporting, data collection, and aggregation to getting your computer to do the work and write. This is a complicated task for humans. It's unbelievable. There is also another article, "How to Generate Text from Images in Python". This article also shows in code how a computer can retrieve an image without text and generate a description of the image. As you can imagine, this is just a series of images, so you can take a frame from the video and automatically subtitle it to your computer. That's what I said that the second stage of automation is based on perceptual tasks. It's about tasks where computers have to feel like humans. Brent Csutoras (BC): But this is probably a big warning for many who are listening. It means that there were lots of tools, lots of scripts, and lots of attempts at this. advertisement Continue reading below They said, "Oh, we can improve your paragraph" or "We can write some text for you." And, of course, it has led to many abuses, including spam and mashed potato attempts. But what we always found was the lack of quality. When asked to read an article or write a synopsis, "Of course, it's not like I wrote it myself. It's not the same quality." So, have we evolved technology, learning,
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