By Kristen Nicole, SiliconANGLE.com Content curation has been around for eons, taking on many new forms in our online universe.
Yes, curated, contextualized content is replicating a colossal brain of digital data, and it’s getting smarter all the time. Learning from itself, these systems will only continue to improve in their inferences and computing power. In fact, machine learning will be an important part of further contextualizing curated content in order to fully understand the human nature behind it all. Machines are learning to think like us by recognizing patterns in our behavior, which has all been laid out quite nicely across our email, browsing behavior, web searches, app downloads and even our friends. Every action, query and saved contact is food for thought for a machine, and new, powerful computers are able to readily run through this data to uncover our uniquely human patterns.
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