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Pakistani Maven Develops Dante Artificial Journalist for Blogs and News Papers

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Pakistani Maven Develops Dante Artificial Journalist

Pakistani Maven Develops Dante Artificial Journalist Update: The trend of shaping artificial intelligence software and programs is on the rise. A lot of tech companies are keen to make an impact in this very area. Likewise, a Pakistani tech firm, baseH had also been working on it. On Monday, the company conducted the launch of an AI writer, Dante, at their headquarters in Karachi.

Pakistani Maven Develops Dante Artificial Journalist. The first A.I. Writer which at present writes Pakistan Stock Exchange closing reports, however soon it will be writing financial news, international business news, sports and national news as well.

The world has ushered into the new era of endless possibilities finally and Dante is the harbinger of this change. BaseH focuses at the moment are the media houses that would be able to produce endless content with the same staff and in practically no time, Dante A.I. writer has the capability to learn the style of writing where it is being deployed and quickly adapt to new writing styles and set of editorial policies or preferences.

But if you are a bloggger or run a news website Dante can transform your business forever. Pakistani Maven Develops Dante Artificial Journalist.

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Pakistani Maven Develops Dante Artificial Journalist. BaseH is currently focusing on media houses that would be able to produce endless content in little to no time with the help of the same staff. It hopes that the AI writer could be used as a supplementary resource by newspapers, tv channels and blogs as it would be able to free up time for editors to focus on other stories.

Pakistani Maven Develops Dante Artificial Journalist. According to a local television channel, the stories written by Dante were sent to experienced journalists in Pakistan for feedback. One of them said that he could not tell the difference between a human-written story or a robot-written news story.

BaseH is a small company of IT professionals headquartered in Karachi. To make the AI Content Writer, they also enlisted the expertise of software engineers from the NED University.

AI-powered writing assistance programs are becoming better by the day. Grammarly, a popular grammar checker, uses AI-powered products to help with writing tasks. Microsoft Word’s Editor feature also uses AI to understand nuances in writing styles. It not only flags grammatical errors but also points out the use of unnecessarily complex words and overused terms. It also provides smart suggestions. For example, if it marks a sentence as passive, it will reword the sentence in an active voice.

A leading newspaper in the United States, the Washington Post, also has an in-house automated storytelling technology called heliograf, that uses it to cover all high school football games in the Washington, D.C. area every week.

The company is hoping that their AI writer could be used as an additional resource by newspapers, TV channels and blogs as it would enable editors to save their focus on other stories.

Pakistan is a fertile land for software developers and IT professionals, this innovation in content development will certainly change the landscape of technology in Pakistan.

Sources: BaseH, MIT Technology Review, Business Recorder, Abb Takk TV

Image Sources: i4jPak Wired

Video Source: BaseH

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