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Philip M. Parker

June 20, 1960 -

Philip M. Parker holds the INSEAD Chair Professorship of Management Science at INSEAD (Fontainebleau, France). He has patented a method to automatically produce a set of similar books from a template which is filled with data from database and internet searches. He claims that his programs have written over 200,000 books. Parker publishes the automated books through Icon Group International, using several Icon group subheadings. Via EdgeMaven Media, he also provides applications for firms from different business domains to create their own computer-authored content material. Source: wikipedia

INSEAD marketing professor Philip Parker has, by his estimation, authored over 1 million books. Parker has developed a small arsenal of algorithms capable of automatically generating textbooks, crossword puzzles, poems and books on topics ranging from bookbinding to cataracts. Full article @

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