The Ultimate Guide to Content Creation Automation (by GroverAI)

The Ultimate Guide to Content Creation Automation-03Grover is a state-of-the-art defense against neural fake news, developed in affiliation with the Allen Institute of AI by Rowan Zellers, Ari Holtzman, Hannah Rashkin, Yonatan Bisk, Ali Farhadi, Franziska Roesner, and Yejin Choi from the Paul G. Allen School of Computer Science and Engineering.

Publishing is the future of commerce, and no industry knows this better than the publishing industry. Whether you’re a fine artist like the cast of The Handmaid’s Tale, or a business, no matter your venue, you need to transform your content into a high-quality experience that stands above the competition.

For these noble causes, small and large publishers have joined forces to create the industry’s most powerful collaboration. For years, they’ve developed their own content management systems, (CMS) systems like WordPress, to power their new content. If you’re a writer, you’ve been spending thousands on graphics, forms, and audio equipment, alongside all the other expenses inherent to working with a CMS system. But, now’s the time to update your CMS system and cut out the middleman.

When looking to modify your CMS, you must first decide what tools will best advance your work in the way of personalizing and enhancing your work with your target audience. After you’ve determined this level of complexity, the next step is to determine how you will modify your CMS.

With eight levels of customization tools, you’ll have tons of options to enhance your own system to improve your output. To get the most out of this process, you’ll want to navigate to “Change Your CMS.”

Step 1: Choose your MODEL

Once you have decided upon your CMS model, it’s time to choose which one you want to alter the most. Some of the most popular CMS platforms are WordPress, Drupal, Microsoft’s SharePoint, and the more recent OpenAI. Each platform has specific features, capabilities, and design elements that you may or may not want to change to work better with your company.

Once you’ve selected your model, you’ll be on your way to modifying your CMS system to meet your content marketing goals.

Step 2: Choose your MODEL MODEL

Next, you’ll need to choose your preferred model. Each one of these options has unique features, so for each level of customization that you’d like to implement, a MODEL MODEL will fit your needs, but only if you incorporate the right features. For example, you may find that you prefer a cloud-based platform to function best in your business. One such platform is Wix, which allows you to change your form and format files seamlessly with just a few clicks.

You’ll find all of your MODEL MODEL choices in the steps above. Once you’ve chosen your MODEL MODEL, you’ll be in full swing with your modification process.

Step 3: Set up your modules

Next, you’ll set up your modules. Everything from text editors to forms, tools, and more is available for you to use in the Modules section of your CMS. Modules can work in combination with one another to further your content marketing goals.

Of course, you’ll need to carefully select your favorite modules from the dozens available in each level of customization. Once you’ve chosen the modules, you’ll be able to set them up in various levels to fit your specific needs.

This step is all about ensuring that your Modules and your MODEL MODEL Modules are properly integrated and calibrated for use with your content. Once you’ve done so, you’ll be on your way to transforming your content into a timeless masterpiece that holds the promise of collaboration and content that redefines your brand.

Content automation: Something to fear or ignore?

This article was written by GroverAI, “a state-of-the-art defense against neural fake news” developed by the Allen Institute for AI. The article was based on copy from HubSpot’s marketing blog and the title was chosen by a human.

How well did GroverAI do? Is AI overhyped at the moment? How long until your relaxing summer read is written by a robot? Do we even need content writers anymore?

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This is much better than what I’ve seen a few years ago. At a glance, you might not notice. Once you start to read it, the flaws are obvious. It’s certainly improving. I think, with many things, the evolution will be AI making humans more efficient, working in tandem.

I was pretty surprised at the quality. As you said, the errors stick out once you read, but it’s getting there. Do you think there’s a risk of the human component becoming too complacent, relying on AI to take over certain tasks rather than augment them? Or do you think AI will always be reliant on the human factor in some way?

The writing style was fine. The intro focused on credits to the developers which is pretty self-centered. That information could have been placed at the bottom. While those points were valid, it’s missing the “why”, and you can’t cut out the designer (middleman) if you’re designing modules that require design decisions like colors, fonts, padding – unless CSS is overriding all of that. Then, how many developers properly set up the CSS with loads of considerations to every possible module that enhances the site? Go ahead, be all things to all people (I’m a writer, designer, and developer!) and we’ll see how well you hit the mark on the integration of branding, design, and content for an impeccable user experience. Those people who do all of these things well get paid the big bucks and probably have a staff of people working under them. Sounds good in theory, but there’s a lot of detail that’s missing for this to be a truly “informative” read. I didn’t learn anything, other than it proposes open-source OpenAI is a rival to these other CMS systems, and AI is a threat to market share, which means technology wins, people lose. It’s all about quality, and I’m not seeing it.

Hi! Thanks for reading!

I actually put the developer credits at the beginning – following our guest posting format. Grover didn’t think to thank its creators at all. Talk about self-centered! Admittedly, Grover isn’t quite advanced enough to replace our human writers at the moment, but do you foresee a time where we might outsource content creation to AI, or at the very least, have AI generate the foundation with human editors to add the polish?

Ha! I’ll have to get my computer to read it to me now! Do you think AI has advanced enough to predict that one day it will be able to capture that human swag? Or are fully autonomous synthetic beings another pipe dream like flying cars?

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