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Saturday, September 25, 2021

Create sparkling marketing content in seconds with Creaite #ad

Mathematician Alan Turing invented the now-famous Turing test for artificial intelligence in 1950. The essence of the test is to compare the content created by a human with the content created by software. If you can’t tell the difference, the software is said to possess artificial intelligence. The software development team led by Joshua Zamora has released Creaite, which he says has artifical intelligence, although in a limited “domain”. You see, Turing was looking at the AI problem in a general way, but Zamora doesn’t claim to have created a solution for general AI.... [...]

Creaite: Intelligent content creation software #ad

Creaite has just been released by Joshua Zamora. This is a new artificially intelligent SaaS application that generates fresh, readable, unique content in any major niche you might want to sell into. That’s important. You need good content on your website to rank well in the search engines. At IM NewsWatch we produce quality content every day. Without that, our ranking would drop like a rock. That can happen to you, too, without good, high-quality, plentiful content. This new capability to create content quickly will make your website more useful (which will attract more readers), and search... [...]

Retargeting for individual online marketers and small businesses (by Creaite)

The following article was created by Creaite. The process was that: 1. We chose a niche and sub-niche 2. We wrote the first paragraph. 3. The artificial intelligence in this new SaaS tool, “understood” the concepts we wanted in the article and added the subsequent paragraphs to it. 4. We added the post title. We didn’t like the title Creaite proposed. We haven’t tweaked the wording in the article at all. Creaite had inserted the headings, but it had not included heading tags (since the article might have been printed instead of being published online), so we added the HTML... [...]