Advertisers and artists believe that artificial intelligence will boost their output over the next two years.
Technology publisher The Information rattled the digital sector with a report suggesting that the vast majority of smart speaker owners have not used the devices to make purchase, and the few who had tried voice-controlled shopping were unlikely to do it again.
Amid rising ownership of voice assistants and smart speakers like Amazon’s Echo and Google’s Home, voice search is becoming standard operating procedure for many consumers. eMarketer has curated this Roundup of articles, insights and interviews to help you understand the conversational commerce ecosystem, encompassing chatbots and personal assistants.
A May 2018 Voicebot and Voysis survey found that nearly 21% of US internet users said they would ask their voice assistant for in-store help, while 17.6% would use their voice assistant to self-checkout.
Voice’s potential as the future of online communication has drawn tech, telecom, search and retail giants into a “voice race” to own the market.
Don Vega, principal media trader at Goodway Group, spoke about how artificial intelligence and other emerging products are leading ad buying firms to reorganize themselves.
We used eMarketer data to take a deeper look and offer more clarity into Mary Meeker's recent annual internet trends report.
We have raised our forecast significantly for US smart speaker users from 2017 through 2020, based on new data that shows stronger-than-expected adoption of the device. Uptake has been so strong that the number of adult smart speaker users will surpass that of wearable users for the first time this year.
In a BrightEdge survey of 500 marketers, a third of respondents said bringing artificial intelligence into their workflow is the strongest barrier they face in adopting the technology.
Snap 'til You Drop: Full-Funnel Snapchat Advertising Strategies for Retail and Commerce | Tech-Talk Tuesday Apr 10
eMarketer moderates a special webinar presentation, featuring Snapchat, and presented by Brand Networks. The focus is how today’s leading digital marketers are taking advantage of Snapchat’s advertising solutions to create memorable brand experiences, drive product consideration, and deliver conversion.
Companies across all industries are trying to figure out how voice control can help them interact with their target audiences and build brand engagement in more personalized and frictionless ways.
What exactly is the difference between artificial intelligence and machine learning? If you’re unsure, don’t worry—you’re not alone.
Consumers still have some reservations about retail tech—like chatbots providing customer service or in-home voice assistants suggesting products—so it makes sense that many are more receptive to a combination of AI-assisted and human interactions. But transparency is key: Shoppers want to know if they’re dealing with a human or a computer.
A May 2018 survey by Automat found that 70% of US female beauty buyers said they were overwhelmed by product choices. One solution to the overwhelmed-with-choice conundrum could be virtual beauty advisors.
Tim Sims, senior vice president at The Trade Desk, discusses how ad buying is becoming more automated.
According to a Forrester Consulting survey of decision-makers responsible for tech procurement, nearly half said they plan to make a major investment in AI within the next year.
In the latest episode of "Behind the Numbers," eMarketer principal analyst Lauren Fisher speaks with Meghann York, director of product marketing for Salesforce Marketing Cloud, about how artificial intelligence is being used to improve the customer experience, and why it's so important that marketers think about those experiences first, and the tech itself second.
More people are leaning on voice-enabled devices for routine tasks, like research. But when it comes to voice commerce, most still prefer to shop the traditional way.
Some business leaders, Elon Musk among them, worry that artificial intelligence poses a threat to human existence. How should businesses handle the responsibility of working with AI? In the latest episode of "Behind the Numbers," we sit down with marketing executive Kyle Psaty of Brand Networks to discuss the challenge.
Nikos Acuna, chief visionary at Sizmek, talks about how marketers may use AI in the future.