Audible’s Machine Learning Lets Romance Novel Fans ‘Skip To The Good Parts’

Audible’s Machine Learning Lets Romance Novel Fans ‘Skip To The Good Parts’
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The Audible Romance Package is using new technology to give fans what they want

Azalea Pena
  • 9 november 2017

Romance novel fans need not read chapter after chapter just to get to the juiciest scenes. Audiobook subscription service Audible is now using machine learning and data mining to help readers effortlessly skip to the good parts.

The Audible Romance Package is one that is designed to satisfy every romantic novel craving. There are thousands of titles to choose from, even allowing readers to listen to the voices of celebrity narrators.

But beyond these perks, listeners can really look forward to the new feature “Take Me To The Good Part.” Readers can simply skip to the part they want to listen to, like the scene of the first kiss. Audible’s algorithm will take note of the words usually searched by readers and then match it with the exact or closest words in the novel.

Audible Romance Package

Romance novel fans need not read chapter after chapter just to get to the juiciest scenes. Audiobook subscription service Audible is now using machine learning and data mining to help readers effortlessly skip to the good parts.

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