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Artificial intelligence may be enjoying a shift from a niche technology to its current position as the digital marketing zeitgeist, but putting it into practice can still seem like a daunting proposition for retailers. Even Elon Musk, whose current scope of operations includes creating autonomous vehicles and mastering and monetizing space flight, has expressed some reservations about AI.
It’s natural for human beings to mistrust what we don’t understand. Because the decision processes of AI often involve complex algorithms, we’re not sure whether the results of those decisions will have the outcome we want. The reality, however, is that properly programmed AI has the capacity to process more data than a team of hundreds of humans working around the clock could ever hope to achieve.
How Public Relations Helps Brands Navigate Uncertainty and Create Buy-In
This is part of a series featuring highlights from the 2018 Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity. Elise represents Mitchell in her role as president of the International Communications Consultancy Organization. As ICCO president, she sat down with colleagues at the ICCO House of PR to discuss current trends and issues. She shares highlights here.
How to Use and Measure Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality in Your Next Campaign
From virtual reality to mixed and extended reality, there are many new technologies communicators can use to create memorable, engaging experiences. It’s easy to become enamored by the shiny ball as well as confused about the best way to bounce it, which is why as PR counselors we must be willing to learn how these new technologies work and understand how to best use and measure them effectively.