The StoryFit Blog

What is AI Story Analytics?

  Storytelling is human nature StoryFit is single-mindedly focused on applying the latest AI technology to the entertainment industry. We’re passionate about the intersection of technology and media and dedicated to improving the process of storytelling. Our artificial intelligence service is specifically built to solve the most common challenges publishing and entertainment companies face in delivering the right content at the right time and to the right audience. We bring deep content and audience insight to editorial development, marketing, and sales while reducing risk, costs and delays

Filed Under: products, storyfit, analytics, Movies and Television, Publishing, Artificial Intelligence for Business

LSC Communications: AI and how it’s revolutionizing the book publishing industry

Artificial intelligence could perhaps be the biggest technological breakthrough since the internet. Computers programmed to mimic human cognitive functions will complement the human workforce and result in menial, time-consuming tasks being completed more efficiently with a smaller margin of error. Austin-based technology company, Authors, Inc. created StoryFit to bring AI directly to the publishing, movie, and television industries in ways they can start using today… | READ MORE at LSC Communications

Filed Under: storyfit, AI, Publishing, LSC Communications, Monica Landers

StoryFit Selected to Present at SXSW Film 2018

CEO, Data Scientist to present AI research on movie dialogue at 2018 SXSW October 16, 2017 | AUSTIN, TEXAS — StoryFit CEO Monica Landers and Lead Data Scientist Grace Lin will present “Sex & Text: Breaking Down Movie Stereotypes w/ AI”  at the 2018 South by Southwest Conference next year, as announced by the host

Filed Under: Movies and Television, Sex&text, sxsw, SXSW film, women in film, Grace Lin, Monica Landers, script analysis

Introduction to Artificial Intelligence

Analog Computing Machine in the Fuel Systems Building. This is an early version of the modern computer. The device is located in the Engine Research Building at the Lewis Flight Propulsion Laboratory, now John H. Glenn Research Center, Cleveland Ohio. The first utterance of “artificial intelligence,” as most can tell, came in 1955 by John McCarthy at Dartmouth Conference. That same year, Carnegie  Mellon engineers Allen Newell, J.C. Shaw, and Herbert Simon demonstrated the first running AI program, Logic Theorist. By 1964, Dr. Danny Bobrow proved a computer’s ability to understand natural language and solve

Filed Under: artificial intelligence, history of innovation, Movies and Television, natural language processing, Publishing, robotics, Artificial Intelligence for Business, machine learning

4 Ways Book Publishers Can Take Advantage Of Artificial Intelligence

For years, the stock exchanges, manufacturing, shipping, and airline industries were the talk of the town when it came to spearheading artificial intelligence (AI) systems integration. Now, that conversation has shifted to the creative industries. And yet for all the hullabaloo you hear about AI being on track to revolutionize publishing and transform the consumption

Filed Under: user engagement, discoverability, marketing, Publishing, sales, Artificial Intelligence for Business, chatbots, quality control