Natural language generation, the branch of AI that turns raw data into human-sounding narratives, is coming into its own in 2016. Adam Smith explores the real-world advances in NLG over the past decade and then looks ahead to the next. Computers are already writing finance, sports, ecommerce, and business intelligence stories. Find out what—and how—they’ll be writing by 2026.
Adam also outlines some possibilities for the future, including:
Adam Smith is the chief operating officer at Automated Insights, where he is responsible for all areas of Automated Insights business, including the Wordsmith platform, new products, and professional service implementations. In addition to running company operations, he leads business development, partnerships and marketing for AI. Previously, Adam was an SVP at Square 1 Bank, where he launched a national division focused on pre-VC startups and advised hundreds of early-stage founders on strategy, sales, and fundraising, and was VP of at the CED, where he worked with the Kauffman Foundation and led development of FastTrac Tech, a world-renowned mentoring program for technology entrepreneurs.
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