TheFutureofThings.com published an article on AI and domain names. The author delved into the role machine learning can play in selecting domain names. This has already been around for awhile, with varying results. Our ad partner Radix rolled out Namify.tech .
NameLix.com (no affiliation, have only given it a cursory glance) is a name generator that claims to use AI. They mention that their algorithm learns from the names users like, giving better recommendations over time.
It seems most of the article at The Future of Things focused on SEO and future SEO.
From the article:
Machine learning technology can help web developers and marketers anticipate the future search volume of various keywords. These algorithms can look at data from tools like Google Trends. They can also look for contextual information from new sources to see what variables might cause search engine volume to change in the future.
That was the one part I found interesting. I don’t think any tool can do that currently, ( I could be wrong).
I still believe people do a better job and think those with a strong background in branding, linguistics and marketing will succeed.