Facebook’s late-September Oculus Connect 6 event covered a lot of ground on the future of augmented and virtual reality. This recap highlights Oculus’s biggest announcements from the AR and VR event, covers the practical applications for patients, and addresses some of the ramifications for pharma.
AI has come to be a catch-all term that can apply to any technical idea we have conceived but not yet implemented. To some, AI is an unknown, scary concept powered by sci-fi or magic. For some, AI equals chatbots — but it’s so much more. In fact, AI is already disrupting industries and driving real business impact. We’ve put together six trends below that will be important for AI in the next year and beyond.
2019 was the year that CES was realistic. While there were still some crazy ideas that may not ever make prime time (see: talk to your fetus in VR) and there were plenty of choreographed dancing robots, the lion’s share of products shown at CES 2019 were not only realistic,
The AI Summit — hosted in New York City on December 5 and 6 — is one of the world’s largest artificial intelligence (AI) conferences for business. Intouch sent two members of the innovation team, and senior innovation manager Andrew Grojean brought back this recap.
As of May 2018, the implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) allows European consumers more “ownership” of their data and the ability to remove that data from marketing systems. This POV from Intouch innovation manager Andrew Grojean will answer these questions and provide recommendations for marketers leveraging AI in the new age of data privacy and security.
Intouch just wrapped its first in-house DIY innovation challenge focused on artificial intelligence in healthcare. Read all about it here!
Download the POV The potential for artificial intelligence (AI) in social media and healthcare is incredible, and AI can no longer be relegated to innovation groups. Pharma companies can leverage AI to impact many aspects of the industry, from helping users find and talk to doctors, using AI to
On January 11th, Mark Zuckerberg announced some major changes to the way they will build Facebook. Moving forward, the focus will shift from helping users find relevant content to helping users have more "meaningful social interactions”. The change will affect various elements of the platform's user experience and products, starting with the News Feed.
2017 sure kept things interesting. In the fast-changing world of social, each platform has had dozens of updates over the past year. Just like last year, we’re here to review the most important social platform updates and highlight how they will shape social trends in the coming year. Several of the
After years of tests and speculation about new character limits on Twitter, the platform has formally announced that the famous (or infamous) 140-character limit is no more. Now, tweets can include up to 280 characters, doubling the amount of content that can fit in each tweet. This POV will highlight some of the benefits and considerations for pharma marketers and include recommendations for leveraging Twitter with more opportunities for messaging moving forward.