There is a new trend on the Internet to create content by remaking old articles using computers. The computer picks synonyms for some words and changes the sentence structures. Believe it or not this does often work, but not always. Often the sentences do not make sense at all or come out sounding rather ridiculous and thus it gives away the tricky tactic, some say is nothing more than computerized cheating.
I had some friends at MIT who had taken thousands of works put them into a computer by sentences. Then changed the tense and mixed them up and the computer would spit out articles and content very quickly. It generally worked. But generally did not make sense. You could spot this easy enough. In fact they took all the quote books and quotes and fed them into the computer too.
Some of the sentences seemed very full of wisdom and others made it obvious that a human did not write it. But whereas this was 6 years ago, now the newest computers are getting better, so someday we will see these artificial intelligent software programs, which can actually put out meaningful work which makes sense. Nevertheless some other folks at Berkeley actually started selling these systems to writers? Oh great?
It is going to be another five or more, even though lots of funding is going into these linguistics programs, some funded by In-Q-Tel seem to be leading edge stuff and there is a Carnegie Mellon research going on now, which will allow a computer to read one of those dry Computer Software Manuals by someone in India and explain it back to you as you work thru the problem in normal discussionary conversational tones. Interesting.
Just when you think you know everything about article writing the all time record holder for the most articles written on the Internet schools you again? Ha Ha Ha. Well there you have it another technology tip and mystery of online article marketing. Too bad even the computers cannot keep up with Free-Lance. Consider all this in 2006.