“Natural language generation (NLG) is a subset of natural language processing (NLP) that aims to produce natural language from structured data,” wrote Sam Del Rowe. “It can be used in chatbot conversations, but also for various types of content creation, such as summarizing data and generating product descriptions for online shopping. Companies in the space offer various use cases for this type of automated content creation, but the technology requires human oversight—a necessity that is likely to remain in the near future.” For more, see Get Started With Natural Language Content Generation, EContent, July 22, 2019.
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