Sunday, November 21, 2010

Online Research Cool, Calm, and Collected

Patent on "Long Tail" for automated content authorship.


"The "algorithms" depend on the genre. The most advanced use parametric, non-parametric as well as Bayesian econometrics, graph theory, and meta analysis (mostly coupled with some specialized computational linguistics and editorial rules that are required within certain genres) -- each piece is rather straight forward; the combination allows complexity. In terms of IT or programming languages, there is no rigidity to this - again it depends on the genre. If animation is the goal, then code is written to write MEL scripts, etc., which can automate Maya, which can in turn automate rendering, lights, etc., via macros. This works well, but for only certain aspects of that genre...    PhilipMParker  youtube.com



Method and apparatus for automated authoring and marketing | Philip M. Parker



Webster's Online Dictionary with Multilingual Thesaurus Translation
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Article:

He Wrote 200,000 Books (but Computers Did Some of the Work) 
 Article by Noam Cohen     nytimes.com