Tagged: artificial intelligence

Springer Nature hopes to spark an industry-wide AI debate with its first machine-generated chemistry book

From the new book by Adobe’s Chris Duffey to Edition at Play’s latest project We Kiss The Screens , it seems that using artificial intelligence... Read more

StoryFit offers AI insights to drive publishers’ decisions about books

This Austin-based tech company uses rich data to determine everything from optimal metadata to market fit. Read more

Adobe’s Chris Duffey on how AI can be used to ‘up-level’ books

Chris Duffey’s new book explores the possibilities of artificial intelligence for the future of humanity – with a twist. The head of strategic developments for... Read more

In 2018, publishers need to rethink the content churn

Exactly how publishers harness their wealth of content will be a big factor in exactly how happy their new year turns out to be. Read more

5 ways publishers can (and should) influence the rise of AI

The book industry has a key role to play in the development of artificial intelligence. Artificial intelligence is about to eat the world, decimate all... Read more

Artificial intelligence and the art of reader-driven publishing

AI is reaching a tipping point in the industry - but not in the way you might think. Read more

Startup of the week: Tekstum

Sure, your book might get lots of likes - but what do the people behind the likes actually feel? This Spanish startup's new tool promises... Read more

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