The gap between human expectations of chatbots and their actual capabilities means this field has a lot of development still to come.
The latest tools and advances in data analysis are ushering in a brave new world of possibilities for marketers willing to embrace a fully customer-centric approach.
The next stage of the technological revolution will see search engines that are able to identify any product on sight, and send consumers directly to a site where they can buy it.
The technological equivalent of astral projection is finally here, allowing interaction with audiences and consumers across time and space—and even from beyond the grave.
The proliferation of smartphones and affordable wearables means marketers can take controversial methods of measuring ads’ impact out of the laboratory and into the street.
Kyoto-based company has much at stake with its new product. Has the brand learnt from past mistakes—and does a smartphone carrying public really want another handheld?
Tech vendors are working overtime to offer easier access to the power of artificial intelligence, but are their offerings marketer-ready?
All the signs point to 2017 being the year that AI will start to impact marketing, but not in the flashy or apocalyptic way predicted.
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Much of what will take place in the next 30 years is already set in motion. By accepting these trends are inevitable, the industry stands a stronger chance at remaining relevant.
Mindshare sees its expanding network of ‘Loop’ rooms and ‘adaptive marketing’ support structure as crucial to stepping up a gear, from intermediate agency to principal partner.
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