Artificial Intelligence

Email is becoming a more critical part of marketers’ playbook: 41% of respondents now view it as “very critical” to their company’s success (far higher than pre-pandemic), with automation and personalization being significant drivers of growth.

On today's episode, we discuss the most important trends in media, including what is happening with the rise of smart products, how concerning the plateauing of social media use is, and how people are using voice assistants in different ways. Tune in to the discussion with chief research officer at GlobalWebIndex Jason Mander and eMarketer principal analyst at Insider Intelligence Karin von Abrams.

Walmart tries SMS shopping again, this time backed by AI and customer data: It will use the same conversational commerce tech that helped make its voice-assisted shopping successful.

Internal Facebook documents appear to contradict claims made by the company around how well its AI tools find and remove harmful content.

Top Biden science advisors called for an AI bill of rights that would create ethical standards around AI tools, limiting discrimination and privacy violations.

The headquarters relocation serves as a capstone to several years of Tesla investment in the state.

Whistleblower Frances Haugen shed light on multiple regulatory solutions to rein in Facebook’s algorithms, which she blamed for a rise in misinformation and teen harm.

The county’s Ministry of Science and Technology announced new regulations placing restrictions on AI circumscribed by six principles.

New IDC data predicts the value of emerging tech like XR and smart home devices will grow to $524.9 billion by 2025.

Law enforcement officials claim a Model X with Autopilot engaged injured five police officers—more fuel forregulators’ growing scrutiny of Tesla.

Is AI-powered cancer diagnostics mainstreaming? A Memorial Sloan Kettering spinout got the FDA nod for its cancer-detecting AI tool, and NYU Langone’s study results boast the efficacy of a similar tool—more fuel for healthcare stakeholders investing in AI for cancer diagnostics.

Tesla may need to expand eye-tracking tech for inattentive Autopilot drivers: A new study may confirm that Autopilot users aren’t paying enough attention to the road—which compounds scrutiny the automaker is already facing amid plans to expand its driverless features.