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Founded in 1993, ON Advertising is a full-service, insight-driven, advertising, and marketing agency. Based in Phoenix, we build brand commitment while driving consumer response across all communication channels. We are designed from the ground up to help you reach your cons...
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$50 - $99/hr
10 - 49
1993
United States
ON Advertising
EMPOWER IDEAS BUILD MORE BUSINESS
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Public Relations, Advertising, Crisis Communications, Integrated Marketing, Video and Digital Production, Web Design, Branding and Identity, Social Media, Digital Marketing, Strategic Planning, Media Buying, Blog Writing, Television Commercials, and SEO

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  Whatever impact the tweet-tussle between Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg had between invasive and non-invasive artificial intelligence, AI-enabled technological devices and solutions continue to fascinate millions of users for never-ending reasons.   Interestingly, 44% of the executives believe that the most important benefit of AI is to supply data for making decisions.   We consume a large amount of data every day, and our brain always looks for the patterns to sense them correctly. Sensors and trackers keep transferring data to-be-used all across the globe using the Internet of Things (IoT) technology. It makes your systems powerful enough to function in the real world, artificially. Facebook automatically suggests you, new friends. Google completes your search before you even type the third letter. Zomato predicts your ‘food of the day,’ and also your phone quickly identifies you well.   The benefits associated with the technology are quite impressive. But far more interesting is, to explore what AI has in its bucket that interests us a lot and that we cannot afford to miss at any cost:   1. The foremost exciting fact is that most of the smartphones come today with AI powered voice assistant like Siri, Alexa, Cortana etc. Interestingly, many are in female voices.   2. Experts suggest that AI reacts like humans. It has now become able to socialize and simulate emotions like humans. For example, the Kismet robot built in the 1990s can fetch and recognize human emotions, voice, and body language.   3. Print space is immensely admiring the concept of ‘Robo-Journalism.’ It is still surprising to know that a robot has already written an article on the earthquake in California for the Los Angeles Times. It collected data and figures from a seismograph.   4. AI bots supported by Machine Learning algorithms suggest products while you shop online. Once you have visited a few of the products online, the AI bots learn and record your preferences and then start recommending products that you could choose.   5. Deep Blue – a product by DeepStack, is an AI-based chess-playing computer that has defeated the presiding world champion, Garry Kasparov, in the year 1997.   6. The global AI-based self-driving car market is expected to touch $173.15 billion by the year 2023. Nvidia has already brought its AI-enabled computer to assist driverless cars.   7. Smart homes automation, security and surveillance through CCTV, and drones are most helpful AI-driven solutions utilized today.   8. Remote working and Virtual Assistance is believed to take over 16% of the jobs in the next ten years.   9. As per Gartner’s recent report, 40% of I&O teams will use AI-augmented automation in large enterprises, resulting in higher IT productivity.   10. According to the Gaurdian, Woebot – an intelligent software application is becoming increasingly popular as a sophisticated tool to help meeting demands for counselling.  Today, technology is entangling more and more in our daily lives, workplaces, and society. Hence, Artificial Intelligence will keep integrating information, analyze data, and use the resulting insights for improved decision-making.
  Whatever impact the tweet-tussle between Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg had between invasive and non-invasive artificial intelligence, AI-enabled technological devices and solutions continue to fascinate millions of users for never-ending reasons.   Interestingly, 44% of the executives believe that the most important benefit of AI is to supply data for making decisions.   We consume a large amount of data every day, and our brain always looks for the patterns to sense them correctly. Sensors and trackers keep transferring data to-be-used all across the globe using the Internet of Things (IoT) technology. It makes your systems powerful enough to function in the real world, artificially. Facebook automatically suggests you, new friends. Google completes your search before you even type the third letter. Zomato predicts your ‘food of the day,’ and also your phone quickly identifies you well.   The benefits associated with the technology are quite impressive. But far more interesting is, to explore what AI has in its bucket that interests us a lot and that we cannot afford to miss at any cost:   1. The foremost exciting fact is that most of the smartphones come today with AI powered voice assistant like Siri, Alexa, Cortana etc. Interestingly, many are in female voices.   2. Experts suggest that AI reacts like humans. It has now become able to socialize and simulate emotions like humans. For example, the Kismet robot built in the 1990s can fetch and recognize human emotions, voice, and body language.   3. Print space is immensely admiring the concept of ‘Robo-Journalism.’ It is still surprising to know that a robot has already written an article on the earthquake in California for the Los Angeles Times. It collected data and figures from a seismograph.   4. AI bots supported by Machine Learning algorithms suggest products while you shop online. Once you have visited a few of the products online, the AI bots learn and record your preferences and then start recommending products that you could choose.   5. Deep Blue – a product by DeepStack, is an AI-based chess-playing computer that has defeated the presiding world champion, Garry Kasparov, in the year 1997.   6. The global AI-based self-driving car market is expected to touch $173.15 billion by the year 2023. Nvidia has already brought its AI-enabled computer to assist driverless cars.   7. Smart homes automation, security and surveillance through CCTV, and drones are most helpful AI-driven solutions utilized today.   8. Remote working and Virtual Assistance is believed to take over 16% of the jobs in the next ten years.   9. As per Gartner’s recent report, 40% of I&O teams will use AI-augmented automation in large enterprises, resulting in higher IT productivity.   10. According to the Gaurdian, Woebot – an intelligent software application is becoming increasingly popular as a sophisticated tool to help meeting demands for counselling.  Today, technology is entangling more and more in our daily lives, workplaces, and society. Hence, Artificial Intelligence will keep integrating information, analyze data, and use the resulting insights for improved decision-making.

 

Whatever impact the tweet-tussle between Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg had between invasive and non-invasive artificial intelligence, AI-enabled technological devices and solutions continue to fascinate millions of users for never-ending reasons.  

Interestingly, 44% of the executives believe that the most important benefit of AI is to supply data for making decisions.  

We consume a large amount of data every day, and our brain always looks for the patterns to sense them correctly. Sensors and trackers keep transferring data to-be-used all across the globe using the Internet of Things (IoT) technology. It makes your systems powerful enough to function in the real world, artificially. Facebook automatically suggests you, new friends. Google completes your search before you even type the third letter. Zomato predicts your ‘food of the day,’ and also your phone quickly identifies you well.  

The benefits associated with the technology are quite impressive. But far more interesting is, to explore what AI has in its bucket that interests us a lot and that we cannot afford to miss at any cost:  

1. The foremost exciting fact is that most of the smartphones come today with AI powered voice assistant like Siri, Alexa, Cortana etc. Interestingly, many are in female voices.  

2. Experts suggest that AI reacts like humans. It has now become able to socialize and simulate emotions like humans. For example, the Kismet robot built in the 1990s can fetch and recognize human emotions, voice, and body language.  

3. Print space is immensely admiring the concept of ‘Robo-Journalism.’ It is still surprising to know that a robot has already written an article on the earthquake in California for the Los Angeles Times. It collected data and figures from a seismograph.  

4. AI bots supported by Machine Learning algorithms suggest products while you shop online. Once you have visited a few of the products online, the AI bots learn and record your preferences and then start recommending products that you could choose.  

5. Deep Blue – a product by DeepStack, is an AI-based chess-playing computer that has defeated the presiding world champion, Garry Kasparov, in the year 1997.  

6. The global AI-based self-driving car market is expected to touch $173.15 billion by the year 2023. Nvidia has already brought its AI-enabled computer to assist driverless cars.  

7. Smart homes automation, security and surveillance through CCTV, and drones are most helpful AI-driven solutions utilized today.  

8. Remote working and Virtual Assistance is believed to take over 16% of the jobs in the next ten years.  

9. As per Gartner’s recent report, 40% of I&O teams will use AI-augmented automation in large enterprises, resulting in higher IT productivity.  

10. According to the Gaurdian, Woebot – an intelligent software application is becoming increasingly popular as a sophisticated tool to help meeting demands for counselling. 

Today, technology is entangling more and more in our daily lives, workplaces, and society. Hence, Artificial Intelligence will keep integrating information, analyze data, and use the resulting insights for improved decision-making.

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