ICE can also help on the publishing side:
Automatic Related Documents
As mentioned above, ICE allows publishers to save time by automatically and
dynamically relating articles together. The client then saves the time spent manually
linking and tagging documents, and the user gets a richer, more relevant experience.
Taking BBC News Online as an example, which publishes around 1,500 articles each
day, the 5 minute saving in manually specifying related links and keyword tags
could result in a £0.75m saving per year.
Because ICE learns it is able to watch the type of articles published to different
categories and develop an understanding of the concepts contained within those
articles. ICE is then able to suggest relevant categories for the publication
of new content. Taking into account ICE's ability to index from a wide variety
of sources this then means that relevant community forums, newsgroups, or even
chat rooms could be included as relevant locations to publish to.