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Space Daily retools to AI/ML centric Content Management System
by Rocket Boy
Gerroa, Australia (SPX) Feb 09, 2023

SpaceDaily.com, a pioneer in the field of technology and science news for over 25 years, has announced the launch of a new AI/ML-centric Content Management System (CMS) that will take its newsroom operations to the next level. Building upon years of automation process development, this innovative platform represents the future of SpaceDaily.com, leveraging the latest Large Language Model (LLM) software technology to enhance both its news editorial and production capabilities.

The emergence of Large Language Models is going to transform the existing internet media landscape in the same way the Internet impacted print media 25 years ago. SpaceDaily.com, with its extensive background in applying advanced software for digital information production, is poised to take advantage of this technological change.

Simon Mansfield, founder of SpaceDaily.com, commented, "For over two decades, we have been at the forefront of technological innovation in news production. Our new AI/ML-based CMS represents the next step in our journey to the future of news production and will allow us to harness cutting-edge technology to provide the most comprehensive and relevant news to our audience."

With its stable of industry-leading sites, including RoboDaily.com, SolarDaily.com and SpaceWar.com, SpaceDaily.com offers in-depth coverage of the latest developments in robotics, AI, space exploration, renewable energy, and many other fields. The website's team of internet pioneers has a wealth of experience in the application of advanced software for information production and distribution.

An AI/ML-centric Content Management System represents a major milestone for SpaceDaily.com, as it will allow the website to streamline its operations, improve accuracy and speed of news delivery, and provide a wide range of new services, such as job listings, event tracking, and expert zones.

Mansfield added, "The future of news production involves the integration of human and AI-augmented reporting. With our extensive experience in this field and the new AI/ML-based CMS, SpaceDaily.com is repositioning to lead the way in how news is produced, delivered and consumed."

"What we are announcing today is only the tip of what's possible, and we are eager to build partnerships with the industry and education sectors to drive the development of things to come," said Mansfield.

For more information on SpaceDaily.com and its stable of technology and science news sites, please visit the website at www.SpaceDaily.com.

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