Retailers Move to Automate 70% of Rote Store Tasks by 2025
Retailers Find New Ways to Level Up Marketing with ChatGPT
Yext’s Foray into Conversational AI for Enterprises
Google’s AI Chops and Local Search
How Marketers Can Use AI Right Now
Agencies Are Embracing ChatGPT. Is That a Mistake?
In SEO expert Andrew Shotland’s view, most agencies aren’t saving as much time using AI to develop creative content as they might think. Tools like ChatGPT are fast, but they aren’t particularly accurate. That’s a major problem, especially for agencies trying to create hundreds or thousands of local pages for national brand clients.
AR, VR, and AI Show the Way for Marketing in 2023
AI Can Bring the Fun Back to Advertising
How AI Can Help Retailers Deal with Major Disruption from Hurricanes
How AI is Helping Companies and Influencers Publish Content
Retailers Turn to AI to Combat Burnout, Decrease Merchandiser Workloads
As retailers look at getting more done and freeing up their staff to focus on high-value tasks, interest is growing in the use of AI to handle the mundane tasks that take up too much of a merchandiser’s time — like fixing typos on e-commerce websites and researching underperforming product categories. Retailers are also using AI to flag when new products show signs of being more popular than expected, so merchandisers can act quickly and notch strategic wins.
How AI is Evolving Ad Creative
Retailers Scramble to Implement AI-Based Pricing Strategies
How AI Is Driving the Next Generation of Ad Creative
Most industries have a healthy fear that artificial intelligence is going to render humans obsolete (and even possibly take over the world). But for the digital advertising industry, if applied the right way, AI has the potential to improve production and performance by making more room for original ideas without stripping away reliance on humans.
Retailers Use AI to Combat Shrinking Seasonal Workforce, Surging Customer Demands
Increases in customer service tickets are expected to come just as seasonal workforces are hitting all-time lows. According to Puneet Mehta, founder and CEO of the AI platform Netomi, about 25% fewer agents are working in seasonal customer service roles now than before the pandemic. Customer service accounts for a lot of the seasonal roles retailers have traditionally hired for, and now retailers are looking at leveraging technology to fill that labor gap.
Why Are We Still Talking About Bias in AI?
Retailers Use AI to Mine Social Data for Back-to-School Trends
Students across the country are returning to the classroom this month — some for the first time in more than a year. While early indications show strong late-summer back-to-school sales, retailers aren’t leaving anything up to chance. Widespread confusion around health policies, safety protocols, and required supplies that can vary by school are leading retailers to rely on social media and artificial intelligence to collect information on emerging themes and trends.
Think You’re Ready for AI? You Might Not Be
Despite its great promise, AI is not for everyone, and integrating AI into your existing functions isn’t something that happens overnight. If you’re not ready – and you don’t have the right kind of data to make AI productive and the insights actionable – it can be more of a hindrance than a help. AI-based campaigns should be approached carefully and methodically, but if done right, the payoff can be substantial.
ChatGPT Will Shake Up Marketing. That’s Good
Now that ChatGPT has entered the conversation, so to speak, and AI chatbot tools are about to shake up content marketing. But don’t panic — that’s a good thing.