How Artificial Intelligence is Changing Web Writing

How #ArtificialIntelligence is Changing Web Writing  #ai

  • In short, in the universe of pages existing in a (at the time almost) shapeless web, Page and Brin wanted to organize that information to make it become knowledge.
  • Out of the more than 200 factors that Google accounts for when deciding whether the content on the web is relevant, RankBrain became the third most relevant.
  • First, the semantic web is a set of rules and standards that make human language readable to machines.
  • In semantic web jargon an entity is a subject which has unambiguous meaning because it has a strong contextual foundation.
  • In other words, instead of going from writing to web writing as unconsciously as the human race transitioned from hunter-gathering to farming, it is time to take this step forward deliberately and intentionally.

When Larry Page and Sergey Brin invented PageRank back in 1996, they had one simple idea in mind: Organize the web based on “link popularity.” In…
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The source code behind PhD APIs

Are you developing with the latest technology? Take a look at deep learning source codes:

  • Get sample code for implementing deep learning and natural language processing APIs
  • The code transforms a tedious manual content workflow into a more automated, cost-efficient process.
  • As the API economy enters its second decade, many organizations, from startups to Fortune 500, are recognizing the transformational power of APIs and creating game-changing applications.
  • Savvy developers know where the APIs are and how to put them to use in a way that enables iterative and agile application development.
  • We partnered with ProgrammableWeb to put together a use case to provide the source code and thinking behind NewsMedia Inc.’s (a fictitious company) implementation of deep learning and natural language processing APIs available on Watson Developer Cloud .

As the API economy enters its second decade, many organizations, from startups to Fortune 500, are recognizing the transformational power of APIs and creating game-changing applications. Developers now draw from a nearly infinite palette of internal and public APIs in an effort to outsource almost all of their application functionality.
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The source code behind PhD APIs

Are you developing with the latest technology? Take a peek at deep learning source codes:

  • Get sample code for implementing deep learning and natural language processing APIs
  • The code transforms a tedious manual content workflow into a more automated, cost-efficient process.
  • As the API economy enters its second decade, many organizations, from startups to Fortune 500, are recognizing the transformational power of APIs and creating game-changing applications.
  • We partnered with ProgrammableWeb to put together a use case to provide the source code and thinking behind NewsMedia Inc.’s (a fictitious company) implementation of deep learning and natural language processing APIs available on Watson Developer Cloud .
  • Savvy developers know where the APIs are and how to put them to use in a way that enables iterative and agile application development.

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@IBMWatson: “Are you developing with the latest technology? Take a peek at deep learning source codes:”


As the API economy enters its second decade, many organizations, from startups to Fortune 500, are recognizing the transformational power of APIs and creating game-changing applications. Developers now draw from a nearly infinite palette of internal and public APIs in an effort to outsource almost all of their application functionality.


The source code behind PhD APIs