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GumGum Launches The Visionary To Make Artificial Intelligence And Computer Vision Content Accessible To Everyone

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WIRE)--GumGum, an artificial intelligence company with particular expertise in computer vision, today launched The Visionary, an online program made up of original and curated content, a newsletter, awards and more, that focuses on the current trends and future opportunities of artificial intelligence and computer vision. The goal of The Visionary is to provide its readers with easily digestible insights into the fast-changing world of artificial intelligence and computer vision. Prior to The Visionary, there was no centralized, non-technical source on computer vision that sought to bring information on this fascinating field to mass audiences at all knowledge levels. As artificial intelligence remains at the forefront of technology, GumGum recognized the opportunity to make this content relatable and easy to understand. Through original, visual graphics, high-quality curated content and other initiatives, GumGum takes a deep dive into computer vision as the technology further evolves as a leading application of artificial intelligence.


7 Creative Ways To Apply Content & Influencer Marketing To Enterprise AI - TOPBOTS

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The market for AI is so overhyped, virtually anybody looking for a fast buck can re-package an old abacus and sell it as a "machine learning" platform. Misinformed people buy the idea and the mounting frustration makes it extremely difficult for legitimate AI companies to get their message above the din. To successfully stand out in a crowded market, creative marketers have found it critical to create unconventional educational content and enlist the support of credible B2B influencers in their space. In the ever-shifting AI solutions ecosystem, even expert-led and well-thought out marketing campaigns can -- and often -- fail. To reduce costs and save time, marketers of AI products need to learn at the onset, or as early as possible, exactly which specific method doesn't deliver the results for their solutions.


7 creative ways to use influencer marketing in enterprise AI

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The market for AI is so overhyped, virtually anybody looking for a fast buck can repackage an old abacus and sell it as a "machine learning" platform. Misinformed people buy the idea and the mounting frustration makes it extremely difficult for legitimate AI companies to get their message heard above the din. To successfully stand out in a crowded market, creative marketers have found it critical to create unconventional educational content and enlist the support of credible B2B influencers in their space. In the ever-shifting AI solutions ecosystem, even expert-led and well-thought-out marketing campaigns can fail -- and often do. To reduce costs and save time, marketers of AI products need to learn as early as possible what works.


Common misconceptions brand executives have about AI

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Artificial intelligence is no longer the sole domain of tech companies like Google, Facebook, IBM, and Amazon. Recognizing the potential of exponential technologies like AI and bots, creative agencies like Ogilvy and consulting firms like McKinsey and Accenture now proudly feature AI departments.


Common misconceptions brand executives have about AI

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Artificial intelligence is no longer the sole domain of tech companies like Google, Facebook, IBM, and Amazon. Recognizing the potential of exponential technologies like AI and bots, creative agencies like Ogilvy and consulting firms like McKinsey and Accenture now proudly feature AI departments. The message to brands executives is clear: understand and leverage trends in automation and artificial intelligence, or perish. According to McKinsey's Michael Chiu, "As many as 45 percent of the activities individuals are paid to perform can be automated by adapting currently demonstrated technologies. In the United States, these activities represent about $2 trillion in annual wages."