Exploring the impact of artificial intelligence in marketing: The future of advertising

In the fast-paced digital world, the combination of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and marketing promises to change how companies interact with their audiences. TribLIVE Local’s upcoming seminar “The Future of Advertising” aims to clarify this intersection, providing valuable insights into the practical applications of AI in marketing and advertising.

As businesses face an increasingly competitive market, the need for personalized, efficient and impactful marketing strategies is more critical than ever. AI offers a solution to these challenges with its ability to analyze vast amounts of data, recognize patterns, and predict consumer behavior. This seminar will showcase how AI can automate various aspects of marketing, from content creation and customer segmentation to ad targeting and performance analysis.

“In today’s world, the use of artificial intelligence in marketing isn’t just a trend; it’s a transformative force reshaping the way businesses connect with consumers,” said Jennifer Bertetto, president and CEO of Trib Total Media. “We are excited to be at the forefront of that transformation where innovation meets customer needs.”

One of the highlights of the event is its focus on real-world applications of AI in advertising.

Two experts will speak: Mike Blinder, owner and publisher of Editor & Publisher magazine, and Lloyd Armbrust, owner of OwnLocal, headquartered in Austin, Texas. They will share insights about how cutting-edge tools and platforms that leverage AI are being used by marketers around the country to automate and optimize ad campaigns, create dynamic content, and provide actionable insights.

These tools increase efficiency and enable marketers to craft more relevant and engaging experiences for their audience. Additionally, they will cover the publisher movement to hyperlocal news, which is what most readers want — and no one else is covering.

Networking opportunities are another significant aspect of the seminar. The event will unite business owners, marketers, entrepreneurs,

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What is Android System Intelligence and how does it work?

Android System Intelligence (ASI) is behind most smart features on devices, from budget phones to high-end tablets. If you’ve updated it several times in the Google Play Store without knowing what it does, you’ll be surprised how far from the basic functionalities it takes you. Using machine learning technology, ASI allows you to apply Live Captions to media, use the Now Playing widget on Pixel phones, and use voice typing, among other features.

Formerly known as Device Personalization Services, Google launched ASI as a core component in 2018 and rebranded it with a new logo in 2021. Although much about it hasn’t changed since then, it’s an unfamiliar feature to many people. If you want to learn how it works and why it’s important, here’s how.

What is Android System Intelligence?

Android System Intelligence is an advanced system app that’s exclusive to the Android Operating System (OS). Think of it in the same light as the System WebView component, which allows you to display web pages within an app instead of in your browser. It’s one of the preinstalled core apps that runs in the background and doesn’t appear in the Apps menu. But you’ll find it in your phone’s settings.

ASI hosts many smart features that make helpful recommendations, simplify tasks, and cause your device to run smoothly. They include the following:

Some features are available on select devices. If you don’t see them on your device, it doesn’t support them. For example, the Now Playing feature is only available on Pixel 4 smartphones and newer models.

  • Live Captions: Your phone listens to audio from media files and generates text. It’s a useful feature for when you have hearing difficulties or are in a noisy place.
  • Live Translate: Convert real-life conversations and audio from videos to text.
  • Assistant Voice
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Google Ads (formerly AdWords), Bing Ads, Google Marketing Platform (formerly DoubleClick), Marin Software, WordStream Advisor, Acquisio, Kenshoo (formerly Kenshoo Infinity Suite), Adobe Advertising Cloud, Sizmek, Serpstat, SE Ranking, ClickGUARD, Yahoo! Advertising, ReachLocal, AdStage, Kantar Advertising and Paid Search Intelligence (AdGooroo), NinjaCat, ReportGarden, Ubersuggest, MatchCraft, MarketMuse, RocketData, Swoop Digital, Netpeak Spider

Our Global Search Engine Marketing Solutions Market Report differs from other market studies in a number of significant ways. First, a thorough analysis of the global Search Engine Marketing Solutions market is provided in our report, along with a close look at market trends, growth factors, obstacles, and opportunities. We follow a strict research methodology, collecting information from dependable sources and talking in-depth with professionals in the field. Similarly, our report offers insightful strategic guidance for both seasoned players and new market entrants.

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We offer a thorough analysis of the industry’s competitive landscape, highlighting the market share, strategies, and product portfolios of the top companies. In addition, our report delves into the complex nuances of the Search Engine Marketing Solutions market in addition to the superficial analysis. We investigate the effects of various elements on the market’s growth trajectory, including technological developments, governmental policies, and socioeconomic trends. Our Global Search Engine Marketing Solutions Market Report stands out by offering in-depth analysis, insightful commentary, and tactical recommendations, making it an essential tool for industry stakeholders.

Key Players in the Search Engine Marketing Solutions market:

Google Ads (formerly AdWords)
Bing Ads
Google Marketing Platform (formerly DoubleClick)
Marin Software
WordStream Advisor
Kenshoo (formerly Kenshoo Infinity Suite)
Adobe Advertising Cloud
SE Ranking
Yahoo! Advertising
Kantar Advertising and Paid Search Intelligence (AdGooroo)
Swoop Digital
Netpeak Spider

Search Engine Marketing Solutions market Segmentation by Type:

CPT (Cost Per Time)
CPA (cost-per-acquisition)
CPC (cost-per-click)
CPM (cost-per-thousand-impressions)

Search Engine Marketing Solutions market Segmentation by Application:

Desktop Searches
Mobile Searches
Tablet Searches

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To ensure accuracy and dependability, we use a variety of tools and techniques to create our Global Search Engine Marketing Solutions Market

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Upexi Initiates Development of Artificial Intelligence (AI) Engine to Optimize Future Advertising, Marketing and Logistics Decisions

CLEARWATER, FL / ACCESSWIRE / May 24, 2023 / Upexi Inc. (NASDAQ:UPXI) (the “Company” or “Upexi”), a multi-faceted Amazon and Direct-to-Consumer brand owner and innovator in aggregation, today announced its development of an artificial intelligence (AI) engine that will analyze current purchasing, advertising, customer buying habits, times, demographics and other data collected by the Company in partnership with SME Solutions Group, Inc. (“SME”). The data analyzed by the AI engine will be used to create real-time solutions for Upexi’s advertising and marketing spends, allowing the Company to further maximize return on these expenses.

The AI engine will analyze company data and data from various sources such as social media platforms, online shopping websites, and other sources to provide valuable insights into customer behavior patterns and preferences. This information will help Upexi make informed real-time decisions about its advertising and marketing strategies and spends.

“We are excited about this partnership with SME Solutions Group,” said Upexi CEO Allan Marshall. “We believe that this AI engine will revolutionize the way Upexi approaches advertising and marketing. By providing real-time insights into customer behavior patterns and preferences, our team will be able to make informed decisions in real-time about their advertising and marketing strategies. The impact of this advanced technology is game changing and Upexi will make the necessary investment to lead and realize all possible benefits for the future.”

“This comprehensive approach will enable Upexi to extract invaluable insights about their customers, paving the way for targeted, personalized marketing strategies,” said SME CEO Chris Moyer. “Our mission at SME is to empower companies, like Upexi, to stay ahead of the curve and make data-driven decisions that drive real results. Our team of experts is excited to work with Upexi management, ensuring a seamless integration and user adoption of the AI engine.”

About Upexi,

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What is Android System Intelligence? Is it safe to remove?

Android System Intelligence logo on an Android smartphone

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Your Android phone has a host of system apps and services, all with their own tasks. One such app is Android System Intelligence. Google has chosen to name the app rather broadly and vaguely, and it’s not immediately clear what it is, what it does, and why it needs so many permissions. Here’s what you need to know about the Android System Intelligence app and whether you can remove it from your Android smartphone.


Android System Intelligence is a system app on Android that is responsible for a whole host of smart features, including Live Caption, Live Translate, Now Playing, Smart Auto-rotate, and more. The app can be disabled or uninstalled at the cost of losing these features.


What is Android System Intelligence?

Android System Intelligence Play Store listing

Aamir Siddiqui / Android Authority

Contrary to popular belief, Android System Intelligence isn’t a new app per se. It’s a rebrand of an older app called “Device Personalization Services,” which was launched with Android 9 Pie back in August 2018.

Android System Intelligence, aka Device Personalization Services, enables many “smart” features on our Android smartphones. The app is present on many Android phones that have Google Play Services installed, but a few of the features it enables are Google Pixel specific and are a primary selling feature of Pixel UI.

Google describes Android System Intelligence as:

Android System Intelligence is a system component within Private Compute Core that powers intelligent features across Android while keeping your data private.

In short, Android System Intelligence is a system app that helps make your smartphone “smart.” The name is rather vague and opaque, but that is due to the “miscellaneous” nature of the features it encompasses.

What does Android System Intelligence do?

google pixel 6a now playing

Ryan Haines / Android Authority

But what

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Kettering University develops new artificial intelligence agent for school bus safety | Education

AI development for school bus safety

FLINT, Mich. (WJRT) – A modern twist to school bus safety is being developed at Kettering University in Flint.

A group of computer engineering students are working on a new system that will produce a dependable, low-cost, artificial intelligence safety agent for school buses.

Being a chaperone of over 20 school kids at the start or end of the school day on top of actually being behind the wheel can be a challenge for drivers.

So, Mehrdad Zadeh of Kettering University and a few of his computer engineering students are working on a solution when it comes to keeping kids safe without missing a beat.

“There’s a variety of things that we can do to make it safer for the students on the bus and artificial intelligence can play a very important role,” said Zadeh.

Zadeh said that role can protect potential dangers ranging from door pinching, detecting fire or smoke, all while keeping count of each student who enters and exits the bus within a matter of seconds and at a low cost.

“It’s not only engineering, it’s not only math. This is something useful for my environment that can make a real impact,” Zadeh said.

The system is brought to life by a group of ambitious undergraduate computer science students like graduating senior Henry Bensted.

“I think it’s solving a long standing issue that’s existed in the school busing system for a while,” Bensted said. “Like a friend of mine got pinched by the bus doors when she was a kid and the fact that I’ve heard of people actually experiencing the same issues first hand it did provide a lot of motivation to get the task done.”

The task begins with video detection from refurbished smartphones.

“This specific

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