How algorithms work
Content algorithms are complicated. It's time to break them down so everyone can understand them. Read these stories to learn how algorithms work.
Artists face increasingly thorny questions about if, how, and where AI-powered work belongs in their oeuvre. Perhaps the workaround is to use AI to express human eccentricity — not mimic it.
Iteration is a repetition of a process to solve a specific problem, and it’s a big part of how machine learning algorithms are developed. But the way devs and data scientists think about iteration doesn’t always match with editorial and entertainment industry production methodologies and norms.
As we exit 2022 and enter into our new world of "generative AI," I recommend establishing a new framework for content evaluation: The Wahlburgers–First Cow continuum.
What ChatGPT does well is provide examples of bad writing, ad nauseam. But it's also part of a more helpful AI-powered trend.
Here are ten clear steps to ensure the content on your website is considered helpful by algorithms and humans.
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