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Workshop: Intro to Artificial Intelligence for Marketing

Sep 28, 2020

09:00

LONDON

Prerequisites

This is a workshop held by Jim Sterne and is charged at £595

From market research to direct mail metrics to web analytics to Big Data, the job of “marketing” has changed dramatically over time. We have arrived at a fundamental shift in marketing that is as impactful as the advent of the Internet: Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning.

 

This workshop introduces marketing professionals of all ranks to the theory, the language and the practical application of these disruptive technologies.

 

This workshop will not teach you how to be a data scientist.

 

It will teach you enough about the language and implications to speak cogently with your colleagues, and determine where to apply this innovative technology first. You will also get a firm grasp on how these new tools will change your job and what you can do to remain relevant in tomorrow’s marketing department.

Key Takeaways

  • How Machine Learning Works for Marketing
  • What Machine Learning Cannot do for Marketing
  • How to Onboard AI and ML into Your Organization

This workshop is for marketing professionals who are comfortable consuming analytics outputs, but must now face a new, educational learning curve.

This workshop is for data scientists to help them understand the problem the marketing department is trying to solve and the available data sets.

This workshop is for marketing managers who must respond to the C-level insistence that the marketing department “get with the times” (management by in-flight magazine).

This workshop is for those who need to survive in these changing times even though they are not data scientists, algorithm magicians, or predictive analytics statisticians.

 

Price: £595 Includes 1 full days training + Lunch and Refreshments.

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  • Jim Sterne

    targeting.com

    BIO

    Jim Sterne focuses his thirty-five years in sales and marketing on creating and strengthening customer relationships through digital communications. He sold business computers to companies that had never owned one in the 1980s, consulted and keynoted about online marketing in the 1990’s, and founded a conference and a professional association around digital analytics in the 2000’s.

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