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AI will fundamentally change how we manage content | TechCrunch

AI will fundamentally change how we manage content | TechCrunch

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Content management is about to undergo a foundational shift as artificial intelligence and machine learning bring long-sought order to enterprise content... the more content you collected, the harder it was to manage... machine learning algorithms actually work better with more data, and that has the potential to fundamentally alter how we think about managing content...
M-Files... acquiring Apprento... uses natural language processing (NLP) and natural language understanding (NLU) to provide semantically based intelligent summaries...
automation and cognitive services typically depend on a fairly organized repository of tagged (and ideally structured) content... for customers who have very messy repositories: AI/ML isn’t going to clean it up for them... garbage in — garbage out...
It has never been about the storage and archiving and strict management of the content. It’s always been about how do you make sense of and create more value from your information,

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