Posts tagged with Ai

TD Bank's acquisition of an AI firm highlights the growing importance of AI in banking

Last week, TD Bank, the second largest bank in Canada, announced that it is acquiring Layer 6, a prediction and personalization platform.

The deal highlights the growing importance of artificial intelligence (AI) to banks that are trying to stay ahead of the curve as they face digital disruption from fintechs.

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A day in the life of... an account manager at Certona

David Hall is senior account manager at personalisation platform Certona, and is the latest of our 'day in the life' interviewees.

Hall gives us some insight into the world of AI-powered personalisation, as well as tips for those wanting to get into the industry or choose some software for their own business.

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The five Ps of AI strategy for marketers

Some predict that Artificial Intelligence will drive the next industrial revolution. What is certain is that over the next few years AI will become more important to marketers.

But to unlock AI’s huge potential you need an AI strategy. Here are five Ps to help you develop yours.

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10 fascinating stories we loved this week at Econsultancy

Bezos laughing like a drain, AI that can predict how your neighbourhood will vote by looking at your cars on Google Streetview, and deaths caused by Pokémon Go.

It can only be the unputdownable stories we've been reading at Econsultancy this week.

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What we've been reading this week at Econsultancy

Here's what the blog team has been reading this week...

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Automated content is a thing – but should it be?

‘An automated world is coming!’ the headlines inform us. It’s a daunting prospect. Technology develops apace, and the path of automation seems to lead inexorably towards humans being replaced by machines.

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The seven stages of smart ecommerce marketing

As Toys ‘R’ Us files for bankruptcy protection in the US and Canada, we’re again reminded of the brutal (and overcrowded) market retailers today operate in. The 69-year-old toyshop cited “unrelenting competition from ecommerce and big box retailers” as just one of the reasons for its insolvency. 

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V&A Technical Lead on how tech can create "beauty and emotion"

Duncan Gough is Technical Lead at the V&A. He makes art from social tech and has recently been exploring companion technology.

At the Festival of Marketing 2017 (view the agenda and buy tickets here), Gough will be speaking about how emotional intelligence can make AI stronger. We caught up with him for a quick interview..

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Should companies embrace SMS texting for customer service?

A small but growing number of companies are encouraging customers to pick up their phones the next time they need assistance. But to send an SMS text, not to make a phone call.

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Five companies using robots and AI to make a difference

We’re constantly hearing about the downsides of artificial intelligence. 

According to PwC, 30% of UK jobs are potentially under threat from breakthroughs in AI, while 38% of US jobs have a ‘high risk’ of being entirely wiped out by 2030.

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This online retailer uses AI for product categorisation – here's how

Whilst the use of machine learning in marketing seems to be skyrocketing, there’s a dearth of coverage in the media that tries to get to the bottom of this technology in terms a layman can understand.

I am irrefutably a layman, and have written a little on the topic of AI for Econsultancy, often specifically about ecommerce. You can read some of my previous articles here:

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A beginner's guide to building a data science team

So, you want to build a data science team? Here's some stuff to think about.

Before long, just like this stock photo, you'll have a team of weird orange people with big bulbous heads, who can sit around a table looking at an enormous hologram of a simple bar chart.

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