WEBINAR: How AI and Natural Language Processing Can Increase the Speed and Quality of Publishing


A free webinar available on demand from Publishing Executive, sponsored by Cenveo Publisher Services

For quite a few years, artificial intelligence seemed like just another buzzy term with vague implications on the publishing industry. But now, publishers are putting it into action. Through a range of applications, AI and natural language processing are being used by publishers to streamline workflows, produce higher-quality content, and improve the author experience. Greater automation also frees up valuable time to focus on critical efforts requiring human analysis and subject matter expertise. This webinar will explore current use cases and future applications of AI and NLP in the publishing sector and how they’re combining to make research and publications more timely, relevant and useful.

Watch the recording and learn:

  • How AI & NLP can drive high-speed publishing and increase quality

  • Examples of AI & NLP use cases by publishers and tech providers, from improving manuscript evaluation to easing the editing process

  • How intelligent automation improves author experience and boosts the immediacy of science

  • How AI and NLP will impact the publishing industry in the future


Matt Steinmetz, Brand Director, Book Business & Publishing Executive (moderator)
Neil Blair Christensen, Sales Director, Americas, UNSILO.ai
Stewart Gardiner, Global Production Director, Taylor & Francis
Francis Xavier, VP Operations, Cenveo Publisher Services


Mike Groth

Michael Groth is Director of Marketing at Cenveo Publisher Services, where he oversees all aspects of marketing strategy and implementation across digital, social, conference, advertising and PR channels. Mike has spent over 20 years in marketing for scholarly publishing, previously at Emerald, Ingenta, Publishers Communication Group, the New England Journal of Medicine and Wolters Kluwer. He has made the rounds at information industry events, organized conference sessions, presented at SSP, ALA, ER&L and Charleston, and blogged on topics ranging from market trends, library budgets and research impact, to emerging markets and online communities.. Twitter Handle: @mikegroth72