The newest spot in Geico's "It's Not Surprising" campaign depicts an orchestra's triangle player living out his rock 'n' roll dreams to comedic effect. In the ad, the triangle player takes his solo to the next level, sliding across the stage on his knees and clanging away.
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Barclaycard's "Start Today" campaign is highlighting the role the brand's financial services can play in helping people reach their goals. The campaign features TV commercials along with an online video and social media push that will continue through November.
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Artificial intelligence and machine learning are buzzwords in financial-technology and regulatory circles, though many fail to understand the difference between the two. Current technology can manage large troves of data, but still needs the decision-making abilities of human compliance staff to be effective.
Experts predict the consumer-credit sector will suffer as people freeze their credit as precaution after a massive security breach at Equifax. Equifax, Experian and TransUnion have not disclosed how many consumers have requested a credit freeze since the breach was announced this month.
Nielsen purchased automatic content recognition firm Gracenote this year, which has since teamed with interactive creative ad companies Connekt and Ensequence to deliver real-time, interactive spots to audiences streaming content via smart TVs. "This is a relevant, personalized experience and represents the evolution from traditional TV to the digital world," said MullenLowe MediaHub's Carrie Drinkwater.
Coca-Cola has invested in big data and artificial intelligence to ensure the company's continued success, gathering insights from its 35 million Twitter followers and 105 million Facebook fans to gauge consumer reaction to products and campaigns. The company uses image-recognition technology to serve ads to consumers who post images of the brand's products and is investigating AI's creative potential for ads.