At the The State of AI session, presenters will be:
Nishat Mehta, President, Media Center of Excellence, IRI
Jocelyn Lee, Head of AI, Heat
Nate Rackiewicz, Chairman and Co-Founder, METEOR NOW
Sara Robertson, Global Vice President, Product and Engineering, Xaxis
At the So Much Data…So Little Time session, presenters will be:
JP Beauchamp, Senior Vice President, Media Center of Excellence, IRI
Christine Frohlich, Vice President Product Marketing, Experian
Duncan McCall, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, PlaceIQ
Elliott Easterling, Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer, TrueData
At the Measurement on Demand session, presenters will be:
Vijoy Gopalakrishnan, Senior Vice President, Media Center of Excellence, IRI
Abishake Subramanian, Director, Digital Advertising, Media Sales and Strategy, Sams Club
Adam Gitlin, Head of Data, Annalect
Lisa Hill, Brand Manager, Starbucks At Home Coffee/Personalized Marketing, Nestl Coffee Partners
Maciej Szczepaniak, Global Brand Measurement, Lead Google
On September 23, IRIs Nishat Mehta will participate on a panel with the Heats Jocelyn Lee, METEOR NOWs Nate Rackiewicz and Xaxis Sara Robertson to discuss the use of AI in technology and measurement mechanisms, the effect on creative and talent resources and risks in brand safety and fraud, during their session titled, The State of AI.
Later that day, IRIs JP Beauchamp will serve on a panel with Experians Christine Frohlich, PlaceIQs Duncan McCall and TrueDatas Elliott Easterling that will cover the endless amounts of data available to brands. The panel will provide advice to brand managers on top methods to integrating online and offline data, executing omnichannel campaigns, reducing media waste through better targeting strategies as well as measuring campaigns effectively, during their session titled, So Much Data…So Little Time.
On September 26, IRIs Vijoy Gopalakrishnan will take the stage with Sams Clubs Abishake Subramanian, Annalects Adam Gitlin, Nestl Coffee Partners Lisa Hill and Googles Maciej Szczepaniak to discuss the longstanding challenge faced by marketers on demand advertising effectiveness measurement. The panel will review tools available to marketers such as in-flight optimization, better and less expensive measurement techniques and connecting advertising effectiveness to bottom of the funnel metrics, during their session titled, Measurement on Demand.
Brands are faced with an immense amount of data, and it is now the job of marketers to decipher the data to find the best product lines, advertising campaigns or social media influencers that most align with that company. In todays data-focused world, brands must be able to utilize artificial intelligence and machine learning techniques to interpret vast data sets in order to create quality products and target the right customers.
The State of AI
Monday, September 23, 2019
9:15 a.m. “ 10:00 a.m. ET
So Much Data…So Little Time
Monday, September 23, 2019
10:45 a.m. “ 11:30 a.m. ET
Measurement on Demand
Thursday, September 26, 2019
4:30 p.m. – 5:15 p.m. ET
AMC Lincoln Square Campus
New York City, NY 10023
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