Don't forget to take a look at the latest post in our Future of Manufacturing series, created in partnership with Microsoft. The US Open has kicked off this week in NYC, and American Express has come up with a unique campaign to get fans involved with virtual tennis. Also, the city of London has devised a novel way to slow down motorists on the roads: optical illusions. Plenty to look through today so enjoy and see you tomorrow!
-Andrew Vaterlaus-Staby, Editorial Director
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PSFK's Future of Health report explores how a new generation of medical practitioners are using machine learning, heightened sensor sensitivity and networked data systems to grow the industry's ability to not only gather, but also to interpret data in real time and at scale. Digital health tools are gaining consumer, organizational and regulatory trust as their outputs become more accurate and actionable for medical practices. Today's living, continuous data streams can inform a more refined and holistic view of each individual along his or her ongoing health journey. Published: August 2017
This PSFK research paper gives an overview of how the emerging chatbot industry and voice agencies are empowering brands to build their own AI platforms or providing a suite of tools that democratize chat and voice development. Our findings indicate that as chat bots and voice-activated platforms become ubiquitous and multichannel, brands are exploring new technologies that enable more emotive, responsive and helpful chatbot assistants. This research paper discusses the contemporary chatbot and voice marketing applications, including agencies that are revolutionizing this space or optimizing deployment, as well as competitive platforms that companies are using to offer consumers tailored real-time brand experiences. Published August, 2017