Kids and teens may not be old enough to buy a smart speaker, but that's not stopping them from spending a lot of time with voice technology.
Though internet users in the US are becoming accustomed to using voice commands, it has yet to become a regular part of their routine. According to a Social Lens survey, 70% of respondents have used a voice command on any device at some point, but that figure dropped to one-third for those who said they used them every day.
Google’s executive chairman Eric Schmidt tweeted last fall that Canada “quadrupled down” on AI with a smart mix of four key elements: government, universities, large companies and startups.
Alfredo Tan, chief digital and innovation officer at WestJet, explains how the Canadian airline created its new chatbot Juliet and early signals of success.
With investment in artificial intelligence poised to grow, people are finding creative ways to deploy the emerging technology. While AI is known for the way it automates various tasks from ad buying to song writing, it’s greatest strength may be in how it helps business professionals quickly make sense of large amounts of information.
Emerging technologies may ease struggles that businesses have with analytics.
Though many digital banking users in the US still prefer to talk to a human for their financial needs, a recent study from Humley found that a good number are also turning to chatbots.
At an eMarketer breakfast event yesterday, a panel of eMarketer analysts weighed in on Amazon and discussed the giant's future.
What does someone who already owns a voice-enabled smart speaker want this holiday season? Another smart speaker, of course.
For many consumers, tried-and-true devices are more exciting than the latest gadgets.
Nate Shurilla, APAC Head of Innovation of iProspect, spoke about how voice technology is being used in China and other potential opportunities.
Audience segmenting, ad targeting and data analysis are just some of the tasks that marketers are applying artificial intelligence to.
Emerging retail tech straddles the line between utilitarian and useless. Improving the customer experience is usually the end goal but when it's implemented just for the sake of showing off, consumers don't always find it useful. According to a June 2018 JDA Software survey, consumers were receptive to the idea of retail tech.
Hossein Rahnama, founder and CEO of fintech AI firm Flybits, explains the benefits and challenges of virtual assistants for brands in Canada.
Blockchain’s distributed ledger could potentially revolutionize digital advertising. But advertisers are cautious about whether the emerging technology will improve things.
The world is becoming more automated—from self-driving delivery vehicles to subscription commerce—but is tech creating convenience or concern for consumers?
Pinterest launched visual search three years ago, and it now sees 600 million visual searches per month. eMarketer's Yory Wurmser spoke with Omar Seyal, head of discovery product at Pinterest, about what the platform has learned about consumer visual search behavior.
As visual search moves from novelty to legitimate discovery tool, consumes have raised their expectations for its utility and accuracy.
So far, targeting and audience segmenting are among the most common uses for the emerging technology.
The role of chatbots in ecommerce has evolved from a sales tool to a customer service assistant. When US internet users want to resolve a customer service issue quickly, more than half turn to chat, according to a CGS survey.