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Using Agility's AI tools PR CoPilot and Intelligent Insights - FAQs
Using Agility's AI tools PR CoPilot and Intelligent Insights - FAQs
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Written by Andrew Woodall
Updated over a week ago

Instructions on how to find and user PR CoPilot are in the article

  1. How many key messages should be used for the best PR CoPilot output?

    This depends on several factors but our testing has shown that 2-3 concise key messages and a quote tends to lead to a strong result. If you add a lot of lengthy/complex key messages, the “flow” of the writing is negatively impacted.

  2. Doesn't Google penalise content written by AI in its search results rankings?
    There is no reason for Google to penalise any content written using PR CoPilot, because Agility users will always use PR CoPilot as a time-saving first draft creator. Whenever you use the tool, make sure that you read and edit the content by fact-checking, spell-checking, and tweaking for clarity, or to establish your company personality. Your finished draft will have a very human touch.

  3. Are there risks of PR CoPilot creating the same content multiple times for different clients?
    There is very little risk of PR CoPilot generating the same content multiple times for different clients. PR CoPilot is built on a neural network with around 175 million nodes. Even prompting the PR CoPilot with the same key message prompts can lead to a different path in the neural network.

  4. Are there any risks of us using the intellectual property of other companies by using PR CoPilot to write content for our clients?
    No. PR CoPilot does not reproduce content directly. It is creating original content from the data provided, using a generative model which is able to generate new data similar to existing data.

  5. Is my data being used to train the models being used by PR CoPilot?

  6. How was PR CoPilot trained?
    Using about 45TB of text data from multiple sources on the Internet, including public websites, Internet-based publications and books and Wikipedia.

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