An article by Cedric Chambaz for State of Digital: Unlock the creative potential of big data with machine learning, AI and a touch of left field thinking.
As always in the digital marketing industry, 2015 has been another year of change. With new tools, algorithm updates, customer […]
As search matures, it moves from providing smart answers to our queries to using data to predict the outcomes of events. What does this mean for the future of search? Cedric Chambaz explores this in his latest article.
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