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Marketing professionals and consumers around the world appear to exhibit trepidation regarding the effects artificial intelligence may have on society and business, though all seem willing to embrace the technology nonetheless.
Tech companies that want to drive prospects to their websites are finding the best results come from hits in general circulation and trade media, says research by Bospar, San Francisco tech PR firm.
The top 10 firms ranked by O’Dwyer’s that specialize in technology brought in more than $240 million in net fees in 2015, charting historic growth amid market volatility and seemingly constant evolution within the industry.
There are two kinds of companies: those that have been hacked and those that have been hacked but don’t know it yet.
All models evolve. Often the change is imperceptible, but in today’s world, the three primal drivers of evolution — technology, science and culture — are shaping how we reach our customers faster than ever before.
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