Disney’s future is built on AI: The company has a task force looking for ways to implement the tech across its vast entertainment empire.
Kochava isn’t out of the legal woods: The embattled ad firm must now deal with a class-action, private lawsuit that could do more damage than the FTC.
On today's episode, we discuss what to make of Twitter changing its name to X, whether Walmart is crushing Amazon in the grocery wars, what a billboard in your living room would look like, what Gen Z has done to the purchase funnel, why Airbnb doesn't have a loyalty program, what the most popular museums around the world are, and more. Tune in to the discussion with our vice president of content Suzy Davidkhanian and analysts Blake Droesch and Carina Perkins.
“[Marketers] need to have the ability to connect disparate data sources, while also getting consumers’ permissions and knowing how they want to be reached,” Tim Finnigan, director of product marketing at Verisk Marketing Solutions, said on a recent “Behind the Numbers” episode. Here are three customer identification challenges and how marketers work to overcome them.
Generative AI was the shiny new thing this year (despite having been around for quite a while). Curious consumers wrote poems with ChatGPT, created masterpieces with Midjourney, and browsed Google’s and Microsoft’s AI-chatbot search functionalities. As the hype clears, which generative AI applications will be most relevant for business? And how can marketers put those applications to use?
Meta’s Q2 points to continued rebound: An 11% revenue increase shows that new products and advertising offerings are helping right the ship.
AI can reduce breach lifecycles and costs, so why aren’t more businesses using it?
Generative AI helps brands distill consumer insights to create personalized products while AR virtual try-on solutions give customers the ability to try before buying. Beauty brands like Ulta Beauty and Sephora are finding ways to draw consumers into their apps with exclusive content or services.
The end of third-party cookies is nigh: Despite advertisers’ hopes for another delay, Google is beginning its pivot to the Privacy Sandbox.
On today's episode, we discuss whether Threads can keep up its momentum, if TikTok Music can compete in the music streaming world, how engagement with the Women's World Cup will look, what to make of the Burger King rebrand, whether US consumers actually shop on social media platforms, who invented the first-ever hybrid car, and more. Tune in to the discussion with our analysts Ross Benes, Blake Droesch, and Max Willens.
Could an open-source approach help Meta catch up to the likes of OpenAI, Google, and Microsoft? Some fear the “move fast and break things” attitude isn’t suited to AI.
Europe still isn’t easy sailing for Meta: Despite a landmark deal with the EU last week, nonmember state Norway is cracking down on ad targeting.
Its latest layoffs hit close to home in Redmond as the company restructures to acquire a gaming giant. Sales, customer service, and support jobs continue to get offshored or relegated to AI.
A new EU-US data privacy deal has been established: The Data Privacy Framework could bring an end to an era of hefty fines for ad tech companies.
TikTok argues that Montana’s ban is unconstitutional: The app filed for an injunction on the grounds that Montana can’t rule on national security issues.
Sarah Silverman doesn’t find copyright infringement to be a laughing matter: Another suit claiming AI models are trained on illicit data.
Apple set to inconvenience marketers yet again: Stripping tracking parameters from URLs could cause major short-term headaches.
On today's episode, we discuss what lawmakers are most likely to tackle first when it comes to regulating AI, whether AI songs can win a Grammy, and what happens when AI eats up—and learns from—other AI-generated content. "In Other News," we talk about the newly announced features for Apple's Vision Pro AR headset and how this device could change the whole market. Tune in to the discussion with our analysts Jacob Bourne and Gadjo Sevilla.
Meta hits the brakes on launching Threads in the EU: Privacy regulations put a damper on the Twitter competitor's European dreams.
Brands need to prepare for third-party cookie deprecation now. “We’re going backward to less personalized ads and less relevancy, and consumers are frustrated with that,” said Logan Patterson, senior director of global business advisory services at Slalom. Patterson, along with two other senior digital marketers, weighed in on pressing questions about an impending future without third-party cookies at our recent Tech-Talk Webinar, “Designing the Future of Enterprise Customer Data Strategy.”