OpenAI wants to build an AI that can outsmart us: The startup’s latest manifesto shows that the technology is on a breakneck trajectory toward either an economic revolution or catastrophe.
On today's episode, we discuss whether it's time for Google to spin off YouTube, how people feel about targeted ads, what consumers think about using AR to shop, what an in-car TikTok app might look like, the US Supreme Court examining Section 230, paid health leave in the US versus the world, and more. Tune in to the discussion with our analysts Blake Droesch, Evelyn Mitchell, and Paul Verna.
Europe expands IT budgets in face of recession fears: Artificial intelligence, cloud computing, and software are technology’s bright spots, while devices continue to slump. We look at Europe’s growth opportunities.
Meta’s response to ATT could turn off agencies: While AI and automation are improving CPMs, some marketers complain about a lack of control.
The AI-driven future is here for streetwear company Snipes, according to Jenna Posner, chief digital officer, speaking at eTail West 2023 this week. Snipes is using AI tools now to integrate new merchandise into its platform, driving efficiency for getting product listings live.
FTC weighs in on AI hype with a warning: As technology spurs new ventures and investment, agency urges advertisers to not make false claims.
Generative AI is set to have far-reaching implications for the $5.920 trillion global ecommerce sector. Here's our take on the top three areas where the technology could have the greatest impact.
More than half of US adults prefer human-generated content across a broad range of media, according to an Ipsos survey. For news and photojournalism, for example, about 70% want to see human-made content. But for marketing websites and movies, US adults are slightly more open to AI-generated content.
In today’s episode, host Bill Fisher is joined by analysts Carina Perkins and Paul Briggs, and researcher Man-Chung Cheung to talk about the buzz surrounding ChatGPT, and how different regions are seeing different patterns of development in the generative AI field.
We unpack the benefits, risks, and regulatory implications of AI’s impact on insurance.
ES: Microsoft’s Bing AI has a huge price tag: The tech giant’s cavalier commercialization of generative AI has uncertain profitability. High compute costs are passed on to developers as other challenges mount.
On today's episode, we discuss the significance of Amazon buying a primary care network, how ChatGPT did when it took the US Medical Licensing Exam, and what an Apple mixed reality headset could do to treat pain. "In Other News," we talk about health information being shared for advertising purposes and what to make of CVS buying Oak Street Health. Tune in to the discussion with our analysts Lisa Phillips and Rajiv Leventhal.
The share of worldwide video entertainment smart home device shipments will decrease between 2022 and 2026 as the number of smart security device and smart lighting device shipments grow.
Of Microsoft’s $198 billion in revenues last year, only about 6% came from advertising. Could a revamped Bing help build out this revenue stream? It’s hard to imagine, but not impossible. Here are five charts that look at Microsoft’s latest ad moves.
FTC sharpens tech oversight amid AI revolution: Big tech’s opaque algorithms pushed the FTC to create an Office of Technology to rein in the industry. Search wars pose a regulatory wildcard.
On today’s episode, we discuss ChatGPT, generative AI, and AI’s role in banking. In our “Headlines” segment, we examine if 2023 is really going to be the year of the chatbot in banking. In “Story by Numbers,” we reconcile two sets of data to find out how valuable chatbots really are and forecast how many people will consider using a bank chatbot this year. And in “For Argument’s Sake,” we debate new ideas that you may not have thought of when it comes to AI in banking and generative AI. Tune in to the conversation between our host Rob Rubin, analyst Eleni Digalaki, and Victor Chatenay, strategy and innovation manager at NatWest.
Tensions with China flare faster than the US can build its production base: Ford’s CATL partnership for EV batteries illustrates that US dependence on China’s manufacturing won’t be easily overcome.
Though only available in limited preview, the new AI-powered Bing search engine received a thumbs-up from 71% of testers, Microsoft said in a blog released Thursday. In addition, there has been increased engagement in traditional search results as well as with the new chat feature.
Retailers start to test the waters of generative AI: While companies like Carrefour and Fanatics are using it to improve engagement, Amazon has concerns over data privacy.
Tech layoffs hit Twilio, LinkedIn, Ford, and Yahoo: We could be facing a secondary wave of cost-cutting in the tech field. The good news is opportunities are open in other industries.
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