On Wednesday, the popular online news aggregator Medium announced a partnership with the popular search engine Google, in which Google will be offering the new “softsource” web tool to its platform.
The tool, which uses the power of machine learning to help people search for news, is designed to help journalists build audiences and build relationships with publishers.
While it’s not a traditional tool, the new tool will allow journalists to easily generate “smart content” for their own content and other publications.
In addition to the ability to find new stories on the Web, SoftSource will also allow publishers to find articles from other sites and content on social media.
As we’ve discussed previously, social media has proven to be a great tool for creating, curating, and sharing content.
However, there’s a catch: SoftSource isn’t perfect.
It’s an open-source tool, and the company is working on a version that will allow publishers with more-traditional sites to add their content to the tool.
If you’re looking to build a brand and build a following, this is definitely a tool that will help.
SoftSource is a new service that will make it easy for publishers to curate content on a variety of platforms and add it to the platform.
That includes news organizations and bloggers who are looking to share their work on social platforms.
For now, the tool is available only on Medium and will only be available to those who are signed up to the service.
But the platform is still actively working to bring more features to the product, which include automatic content aggregation, a news source, and more.
While SoftSource’s first release is still in early development, there is no telling what it will look like in the future.
SoftSources goal is to make it possible for publishers, writers, and other content creators to curacy their content in a way that makes it easier for them to get a reader and audience.
In the future, the SoftSource platform will be able to help publishers create a “network of like-minded journalists, bloggers, and news consumers” that will bring new audiences to their publications.
This will help publishers attract readers to their content and attract subscribers to their platforms.
With a more-sophisticated algorithm, publishers will also be able create more powerful content that readers can share and share.
As such, it will also help the content creators who are already using SoftSource to be able more easily curate their content for new audiences.
Softsource also aims to make the content curation process simpler.
While curating content is something that publishers do for a lot of different reasons, SoftSources algorithms will help them focus on a few key criteria: quality, relevance, and relevancy.
If the content is relevant to a particular audience, it should be relevant to their audience.
If it’s relevant to other audiences, they should be related to their audiences.
The first criteria is an important one.
While content curating has long been a staple for publishers and content creators, the algorithm is being introduced to make curation easier for everyone.
It also makes it more likely that publishers will be more willing to share content on their platforms with the platform, and that will increase the chances that they’ll build a better audience.
This is especially important in the digital age, where there’s so much information available at once.
SoftSearch, which will be based on Google’s algorithm, will be designed to make finding content more efficient for publishers.
The idea is that content will be curated based on a handful of criteria that will be validated against Google’s search engine.
For example, it might not be relevant for a specific audience, but a certain audience might have a need for a particular article.
Similarly, if a specific story was shared by a certain social network, the content will likely be relevant.
As the name suggests, the algorithms will also have a tool to help curators prioritize content based on relevance.
The algorithm will also prioritize content according to relevance, which means it will rank the content in the most relevant order to the user.
It will also create a list of keywords to help users find content.
Soft Search is also going to include tools to help authors find content that might be relevant in their industry, which can be very helpful for the content creator and content publisher alike.
This also means that if a writer is trying to build their audience, they’ll be able find content in many different industries.
As of right now, SoftSearch will be launching on Medium in April, and there will be a “beta version” available on the platform as well.
The beta version of the service will be available only to those with an account on Medium, but the final version of SoftSearch is expected to launch in June.
With so many new tools being added to the ecosystem, it’s very possible that SoftSearch could have its own competitors.
For publishers, there are a lot more tools on the horizon.
There are currently over 100 tools