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Artificial Intelligence (AI) has been a part of pop culture for decades — with perhaps the most recognizable pop reference being The Terminator. Lately, the fears about AI are focused on job loss and other negative impacts.  What do consumers think about AI?  How does that compare to what some of the top experts in industry think about these ...

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Artificial Intelligence (AI) has been a part of pop culture for decades — with perhaps the most recognizable pop reference being The Terminator. Lately, the fears about AI are focused on job loss and other negative impacts.  What do consumers think about AI?  How does that compare to what some of the top experts in industry think about these issues?  Check out our sister agency, Fleishman Hillard’s latest report — Artificial Intelligence and Communications — to cut through the fears and fads, and understand what the future holds for us all.  When 26% of consumers have poor, or no, understanding of what AI is and does, a little education may be a good thing.

 

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Artificial Intelligence (AI) has been a part of pop culture for decades — with perhaps the most recognizable pop reference being The Terminator. Lately, the fears about AI are focused on job loss and other negative impacts.  What do consumers think about AI?  How does that compare to what some of the top experts in industry think about these ...

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From evolving biotechnology innovations to shifting public health crises, it’s hard to know what Americans’ health and health care will look like in the coming years. Though we don’t have a crystal ball, a close look at the discussion from the recent “America’s Health Future” event—hosted by the Washington Post—highlights critical insights ...

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The crowd briskly walked past the New York City street corner, as if it were any other sunny day in their concrete jungle. Eventually, one person noticed someone looking up toward the sky, and pausing from their scurry, their gaze followed toward the clouds. Then another, and another. Within moments, you couldn’t even walk by without noticing ...

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Imagine you’re a student balancing going back to college with a full- or part-time job and family responsibilities – maybe even caring for your children. As a former graduate student who worked full time while pursuing my master’s degree, I can tell you it’s not easy. These students don’t have time to mess around. Because of all the demands on ...

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It’s the career milestone all agency professionals dream about. That pivotal moment when you take a deep breath, walk into the room, and nail your first big client pitch for a million-dollar creative campaign. The Cannes Young Lions competition—part of the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity—allows up-and-coming PR professionals ...

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This article first appeared in Indianapolis Business Journal on June 8, 2018 For one day in May, there were no Starbucks breakfast blends, no caramel macchiatos and no afternoon Frappuccinos. On May 29, Starbucks closed all 8,000 company-owned stores nationwide—including the more than 220 in Indiana—while employees participated in unconscious ...

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Spring is here and it’s the perfect time to refresh your approach to social media! What’s changed in 2018? You may have noticed a downward trend in the number of organic comments and shares on your Facebook page, or fewer likes on your Instagram posts. Social media continues to evolve and change, especially when it comes to ...

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As many of you know, today is International Women’s Day (IWD). Coordinated loosely by the United Nations, IWD was established to celebrate the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. The UN first observed IWD in 1975 and began adopting a theme for the day in 1996. This year’s theme is #PressForProgress. At VOX, we have ...

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Healthy employees are good business Corporate healthcare has evolved far beyond a focus on contribution rates, copays and open enrollment season. In today’s workplace, FitBit activity competitions, meditation rooms and scheduled nap sessions have turned into an $8 billion industry. In turn, people expect their employers to offer programs that ...

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We’re excited to announce that our colleague, Laura Fisher, has been named to the FINRA (Financial Industry Regulatory Authority) Investor Education Foundation Board of Directors. Laura co-leads our Financial Services Practice Group and has a background in consumer financial education from her work at the American Bankers Association. The ...

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