Co-Pilot’s AI finds user-generated content that doesn’t suck

Co-Pilot’s AI finds user-generated content that doesn’t suck
June 20, 2017 The Next Web


The people behind Stackla, a program that helps you stream-line the process of finding and using user-generated content (UGC), are releasing Co-Pilot. A new program that will use machine-learning algorithms to figure out what content you’re going to use next. Co-Pilot wants to help you sort through billions of social media posts-per-day and find the ones that your company can make use of. There was a time in marketing when ‘word-of-mouth’ meant people were talking about your product. The arrival of social-media complicated things. Today when people are ‘talking’ they’re actually liking, and sharing, and re-tweeting. Any company worth more than…

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