On October 4th, roughly one year after the introduction of its branded line of hardware products, Google unveiled a second iteration of "Made by Google" hardware. This was a major product launch, but more than that, the presenters repeatedly hammered home Google's AI first messaging mantra with proof points in the form of a second generation branded product line built around AI and machine learning. The company's hardware strategy is clear. Google believes it is uniquely positioned to blend AI Software Hardware to deliver innovative products that will win in the marketplace, even if they are late to market. This second generation of Google hardware provides abundant proof that the company can bring uniquely differentiated features to existing product categories, and maybe even create some new ones.
With the onset of digital advertising, one of the early promises was to reach specific individuals or small groups of individuals, as opposed to a large audience of a broadcast TV or radio show. To fulfill this promise, advertising and marketing technology companies, publishers and brands have been on a quest to solve digital identity. Over the years, various identifiers or combinations of identifiers have been used as the digital identifiers of choice. These include cookies and supercookies, email addresses, UDID (unique device identifier), IMEI (international mobile equipment identity), PII (personally identifiable information such as email or phone number) advertising IDs and social media IDs (Twitter handles, Facebook IDs, etc.). For each identifier, there are pros and cons, particularly around consumer privacy, siloed data collection and the ability to market to these identifiers.
The history of Artificial Intelligence isn't a long one, around 60-70 years, but the advances in recent years has been huge. The Modern Artificial Intelligence Infographic shows how technology coupled with studies of the human brain have aided in making AI a reality, and a reality we can use everyday. Machines are already intelligent, but we fail to recognise it. When a machine demonstrates intelligence we counter it by saying'it's not real intelligence'. Therefore Al becomes whatever has not been accomplished so far by a machine.
Gone are the days of guessing what each individual customer wants by researching demographic populations. Take inspiration from some of the largest tech companies like Amazon, Facebook and Google who are investing large amounts of money in machine learning and AI to predict what their customers want before they even know it. Learn how to become a savvier marketer with these suggestions to improve your overall ROI and business performance. By 2018, Gartner predicts that 20% of all business content will be authored by machines. Artificial intelligence will enable content curation by unifying information from diverse datasets, permitting companies to give users more data on usage and other aspects that might interest them from third-party data providers.
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You and I speak a language. Most people speaks at least one language. We've probably not had to think very hard about how we've learnt this language. The jury is still out on this, but we've got some pretty good ideas about how this is done. For Chomsky and others, humans are equipped with an innate ability to learn languages.
Adobe unveiled a bevy of Creative Cloud updates Wednesday that infuse more artificial intelligence capabilities across its entire system of applications with Adobe Sensei. The updates, announced at the Adobe MAX conference in Las Vegas, include a totally redesigned version of Lightroom CC that lets users edit photos in near real time across multiple devices. The cloud-based service automatically syncs up changes across mobile, desktop and the web, and includes a more intuitive user interface, as well as improved search and social capabilities, Adobe said. The old version of Lightroom is now called Lightroom Classic CC. Adobe also released a few new applications including Adobe XD for experience design, Adobe Dimension for 2D to 3D compositing, and Character Animator for 2D animation.
Google is stepping up defenses against phishing through a new predictive feature coming to Chrome and its Advanced Protection Program for high-risk Gmail users. Google has updated its Safe Browsing technology to warn users when they visit a new phishing page that hasn't existed long enough to be detected by Safe Browsing as a known phishing site. The new predictive phishing protection for Chrome is designed to prevent users from typing their credentials in a phishing site that was "created and used for attacks moments later". According to Google, Safe Browsing's historical data allow it to make predictions about risks in real-time. Predictive phishing protection will initially only protect the Google account password, however it will eventually be used to protect all passwords saved in Chrome's password manager.
Amazon's Alexa may boast tens of thousands of skills, but there's probably a handful you keep coming back to. If you're the adventurous type, you might use it to find baby-making tunes, brush up on Eurovision trivia, or play a tickling game. Everyone else, it seems, sticks to its most popular trick: creating lists. And, now Amazon is giving you the power to tally absolutely anything. The company is expanding Alexa's shopping and to-do list functions to include custom lists.