At Mash’n Learn, our biggest challenge is to produce 300+ words description for thousands of catalog products. We achieve this using the Research & Development we invest on Natural Language Generation.
Natural Language Generation: the Quora definition
Natural language generation (NLG) is the natural language processing task of generating natural language from a machine representation system such as a knowledge base or a logical form. Psycholinguists prefer the term language production when such formal representations are interpreted as models for mental representations.
It could be said an NLG system is like a translator that converts a computer based representation into a natural language representation. However, the methods to produce the final language are different from those of a compiler due to the inherent expressivity of natural languages. NLG has existed for a long time but commercial NLG technology has only recently become widely available.
Check out how we use it for e-Commerce
Our WooCommerce Natural Language Generation plugin interact with our server in order to generate Products massive upload (up to 25 thousands products per night for a WooCommerce shop). These Product Descriptions are reworked until they’re fit for SEO and for readability.
Lisa and Virginia, the WooCommerce Natural Language Generation bots
Our server uses the IBM Watson Alchemy Language API to create the keywords used by the bot to build additional texts to the product features. This way, our contest are not only about features but about the problems or the pain it solves.
Do you have a large catalog of products? We sure can help you to reduce the overhead!
We can help you automating most of your e-Commerce maintenance tasks. We use WooCommerce Natural Language Generation and Artificial Intelligence to build operating bots. These bots are delivered to increase profit by reducing overhead costs of maintaining a catalog or sourcing of your products
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