From the Editor
9th Oct, 2020
I was blown away by the article a Robot wrote in the Guardian yesterday. It is very impressive.
I see a lot of potential in how this will shape the future of content marketing. When we create content for advertisers or clients, we have instructions to follow such as incorporating 'keywords' 'meta descriptions' so on and so forth.
But with this technology, there will be no need for clients or us to search for keywords or what people are looking for anymore because this technology understands psychological profiling and persuasion - it will just be automatic and accurate.
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