ByteDance would group its recommendation algorithms into a solution system, making it available to external companies
ByteDance, China, would be developing its recommendation algorithm based on artificial intelligence, to be sold also to third party companies. The move would be more intensive, the technology would be better for the corporate services sector, according to local TechPlanet.
ByteDance, based in Beijing, is known for its consumer-oriented apps, including news aggregator Jinri Toutiao and TikTok. Toutiao and TikTok’s secret ingredient that lies behind the rise of Toutiao and short video clips (Tikui) and short video clips.
ByteDance, would have grouped its recommendation algorithms in a solution system, nicknamed ByteAir, making it available for external companies.
The system will connect to corporate customer database
ByteAir’s recommendation system works in a similar way to the algorithms that guaranteed TikTok‘s success. This will be a campaign or an e-commerce article.
Put simply, the system will first connect to the database of corporate customers, import user data and related behaviour records, as well as data acquired from customer products or services. Then, it will filter and analyze the data to the customer’s business.
ByteAir is based on the proprietary ability of big data and machine learning by ByDance and on the experience of technological heavyweights in a wide range of activities on the Internet, from news, live streaming and short videos, social media to e-commerce. ByteAir will also provide customized solutions for its customers.
The last few years have seen the frenetic growth and global expansion of ByteDance
ByteDance has formed its internal business units to use ByteAir solutions, as well as providing solutions to a list of mobile suppliers, such as the Chinese Meizu, Oppo, Vivo and Samsung South Korea. The last few years have seen the growth and growth of the business and its ecosystem like its technological senpais such as Alibaba and Tencent.
In the past months, after all, there was an initial indication of his “catering to business” activities. In April, it launched Lark, an app for collaboration and productivity of corporate work, which was previously an internal communication tool. He is a competitor of Alibaba’s Dingtalk and Tencent’s WeChat for Work.
Meanwhile, he acquired the Mubu workflow tool and continued to invest in the Google Docs Shimo-style online platform, strengthening his portfolio of high-efficiency workflows and collaborative products.
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