What do major brands like StitchFix, CarParts, and Discovery+ know about digital marketing and AI that the little guys don’t? That’s a question best asked to the person responsible for developing cross-channel campaigns and customer engagement programs for some of the top brands in the country, Vijay Chittoor. As co-founder and CEO of Blueshift, a customer engagement platform , Chittoor has worked to reshape the digital marketing ecosystem. He also has a front row seat to the AI arms race taking place among retail marketers right now.
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Today’s widespread AI fears apply an old story to something new Attendees take pictures and interact with the Engineered Arts Ameca humanoid robot with artificial intelligence as it is demonstrated during the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Nevada, on Jan. 5, 2022. (Patrick T. Fallon/AFP via Getty Images) Commentary
Artificial intelligence (AI) has created some enthusiasm and even more fear. The fears center partly on matters of privacy and the upending of social relationships but mostly on job destruction.
Such concerns are far from new. They have emerged with every technological advance since the industrial revolution began in […]
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In recent months, there has been much debate about the impact of artificial intelligence (AI) on jobs and the economy. Some people fear that AI will replace human workers and lead to mass unemployment. I am in a camp that sees it as a tool for increasing productivity and innovation. With the recent release of ChatGPT, these debates have been fueled further, with some calling for government regulation and a halt to AI research.
In my upcoming novel, The Planet Fortht: Enslaving Freedom, I paint a picture of a utopian world where AI has helped to create full employment for […]
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Technology on the farm offers solutions to many of agriculture’s most pressing problems, but if dairy farmers can learn from healthcare and invest in the workforce now, these technologies will boost productivity and profits. Robots, sensors, connected devices, virtual reality and even artificial intelligence (AI) have become a daily presence in our hospitals, care facilities and even in our homes. As agriculture is facing its own transformation what lessons can we learn? Robots
Every day, up to 3,000 blood samples are transported by robots in Denmark’s Aalborg University Hospital from bedside to the lab, with the same robots […]
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Today, executives from PMMI, The Association for Packaging and Processing Technologies, addressed significant trends in automation. They highlighted key trends and insights from a recent report, “ The Future of Automation in Packaging and Processing ,” which revealed continued interest and adoption of automated technologies as a result of growing labor shortages and e-commerce.
According to the report, 60% of consumer packaged goods (CPG) respondents to PMMI’s study cited a lack of labor availability as a significant driver of interest in automated solutions. As a result, 31% of all CPG respondents said they were deploying automated machinery on production lines […]
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The global robotic floor scrubber market is expected to reach a value of $1.812 billion by 2028 from $858 million in 2022, growing at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 13.26 percent during 2023-2028 according to research from ResearchAndMarkets .
The global robotic floor scrubber market is highly competitive, with the presence of many vendors. The rapid technological changes adversely impact market vendors as consumers increasingly expect continuous technology-enabled innovations and upgrades to existing products. The present scenario drives vendors to alter and refine their unique value proposition to achieve a stronger market presence.
Some major players with a prominent […]
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The Future of Jobs Report 2023, released on Monday, suggested that almost a quarter of jobs (23% to be precise) are expected to change in the next five years through growth of 10.2% and decline of 12.3%. According to the estimates of the 803 companies surveyed for the report, employers anticipate 69 million new jobs to be created and 83 million eliminated among the 673 million jobs corresponding to the dataset, a net decrease of 14 million jobs, or 2% of current employment. The World Economic Forum’s report said India will see a 22% churn as compared to global […]
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The Big Picture
This article is part of: The Growth Summit: Jobs and Opportunity for All Listen to the article17 min listen Technology is continuing to shift almost every job role, whether it’s in a factory or behind a desk. The World Economic Forum’s Future of Jobs Report 2023 finds most technologies will have a positive impact on jobs in the coming five years. But almost a quarter of jobs will change as various impacts, including the green transition, play out. Jeff Maggioncalda, CEO at Coursera, the online learning company, and Saadia Zahidi, World Economic Forum […]
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Tasks that are manual in a predictable environment and basic data processing could easily be automated using robots and software Industries seeing significant adoption of automation technologies such as robotics, AI, and machine learning are manufacturing, retail, transportation, healthcare, and logistics in areas where tasks and processes are predictable in nature
In the first few months of 2023, the human civilisation was apprised of how artificial intelligence and automation can become public-facing tools that may be used for a myriad of purposes in various industries. From conversational AI tools like ChatGPT to AI-backed robots that could soon walk our […]
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Online shopping has driven a tech revolution in retail (pic: Terry Murden) Britain’s evolving retail industry is benefiting from the technology revolution, with the sector now one of the biggest recruiters of tech talent.
According to recruitment agency Robert Walters, the emergence of technology in all its forms – from apps & online to VR, financial services and deliveries – has given the Britain’s largest single industry a well-needed facelift.
The research reveals how the retail & consumer goods sector has been slower to innovate than other industries. But that gap is narrowing.In the past year, the retail sector has risen […]
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