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AI Tipped To Revolutionize Marketing Industry As Sector Attracts $2.5Bn Of Investments In 2018 - Ad Tech Daily

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LONDON – Unprecedented volumes of data and advances in AI are transforming the marketing services industry, according to a report released by leading technology advisory and investment firm GP Bullhound. AI and the Services Revolution reveals that investments in marketing-related AI have grown steadily, with $2.5bn of investments in emerging companies in 2018 – and $1 billion invested in Q2 2019 alone. A total of $11bn has been invested in the sector since 2014. While North America accounts for the majority of funding into AI marketing companies with a yearly volume of around $1.5bn in 2014-2018, Europe is showing the highest growth rate. The European market grew to represent 30% of all transactions in H1 2019, while Asian transactions have declined from 20% in 2018 to only 5% as of H1 2019.


Big investments show AI is poised to revolutionize marketing

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Unprecedented volumes of data and advances in AI are transforming the marketing services industry, according to new research from technology advisory and investment firm GP Bullhound. The firm's new report, AI and the Services Revolution, reveals that investments in marketing-related AI have grown steadily, with $2.5 billion of investments in emerging companies in 2018--and $1 billion invested in Q2 2019 alone. In all, a total of $11 billion has been invested in the sector since 2014. While North America accounts for the majority of funding into AI marketing companies, with a yearly volume of around $1.5 billion in 2014-2018, Europe is showing the highest growth rate. The European market grew to represent 30 percent of all transactions in H1 2019, while Asian transactions have declined from 20 percent in 2018 to only 5 percent as of H1 2019.


AI tipped to revolutionise marketing sector which attracted $2.5bn investment in 2018

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Unprecedented volumes of data and advances in AI are transforming the marketing services industry, according to a report released today by leading technology advisory and investment firm GP Bullhound. AI and the Services Revolution reveals that investments in marketing-related AI have grown steadily, with $2.5bn of investments in emerging companies in 2018 – and $1 billion invested in Q2 2019 alone. A total of $11bn has been invested in the sector since 2014. In order to read the full story we need you to be registered with us, please click the links below to login or register.


London has the most tech unicorns in Europe, but Brexit may change that

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London remains home to the largest number of billion-dollar tech companies in Europe, but maintaining that lead after Brexit may be tougher. According to findings by technology and investment advisory firm GP Bullhound, London has produced 17 companies that surpass the $1bn valuation mark since 2010, more than Berlin (seven) and Paris (four) and Tel Aviv (five) combined. According to the data, London is currently home to 13 unicorn businesses -- about 20 percent of the European total, many of which are in the finance-tech and artificial-intelligence sectors. The UK is now home to 20 out of the 64 unicorns across Europe and over one third of the total if you include companies that have been acquired. GP Bullhound's data includes tech companies working in areas including artificial intelligence and machine learning, big data, cybersecurity, digital marketing and media, ecommerce, cloud computing, fintech, and health tech, all of which have an equity valuation of $1bn in public or private markets.


Significant advances in 5G, AI, and edge computing among the top tech predictions for 2020

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Companies can expect to see disruption in traditional models of data usage, storage, and analysis next year, with newcomers challenging the dominance of incumbent brands across various markets, including edge computing and 5G, according to the technology advisory and investment firm GP Bullhound. The firm's 13th annual Technology Predictions 2020 report culled insights from its worldwide team and discusses GP Bullhound's Top 10 trends and innovations that will impact the digital economy over the coming year. This will significantly enhance mobile computing capabilities, according to the report. The race to establish a claim to be the originator of the first fully operational 5G network has created a battleground around the telecom industry giants. Traditionally large players in this space, including Qualcomm, Samsung, and Huawei, will be some of the key companies vying for this claim over the next year.