Machine learning and AI to overhaul production in three years, IPG hears

Machine learning and AI to overhaul production in three years, IPG hears

Machine learning and AI is going to be a key part of publishing in the next three years, liberating professionals from some of the production heavy lifting, experts have told the Independent Publishing Guild conference.

On the conference’s opening day in Heythrop Park, Oxfordshire, on Wednesday (1st May) Venetia Taylor, Google’s head of creative strategy, said tools were already available for publishers at every scale while PageMajik’s Jon White said AI had uses at every stage of the publishing process.

He explained machine learning could help with article and manuscript ingestion, the pe...

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