As Samsung coaxes users to “unbox your phone” ahead of its Galaxy S8 launch Friday, people appear to have moved on from the company’s scandal involving the last model, which risked catching on fire.
As Samsung coaxes users to “unbox your phone” ahead of its Galaxy S8 launch Friday, people appear to have moved on from the company’s scandal involving the last model, which risked catching on fire.
Pepsi’s public relations fiasco left its mark for its swift denouement: The soft-drink maker pulled an ad for its sugary beverage a day after launching it due to a massive public backlash.
Pepsi’s public relations fiasco left its mark for its swift denouement: The soft-drink maker pulled an ad for its sugary beverage a day after launching it due to a massive public backlash.
Morning Consult dial tested 2,002 people's reactions to the Pepsi ad that was released -- and quickly flopped -- last week. Respondents were asked to indicate in real-time whether they had a favorable or unfavorable view of the commercial they were watching.
Morning Consult dial tested 2,002 people's reactions to the Pepsi ad that was released -- and quickly flopped -- last week. Respondents were asked to indicate in real-time whether they had a favorable or unfavorable view of the commercial they were watching.
More than half of people (57 percent) already realize artificial intelligence is present in their daily lives, but they're split on its level of threat, according to a recent Morning Consult poll. Forty-one percent of 2,200 adults polled believe AI is generally safe, while 38 percent of people think it’s unsafe.
More than half of people (57 percent) already realize artificial intelligence is present in their daily lives, but they're split on its level of threat, according to a recent Morning Consult poll. Forty-one percent of 2,200 adults polled believe AI is generally safe, while 38 percent of people think it’s unsafe.
Advertisers are scrambling to adjust how they reach the White House after an election result they may not have been prepared for, and faced with a president who prefers Twitter and Fox News to a more wide-ranging media diet.
Advertisers are scrambling to adjust how they reach the White House after an election result they may not have been prepared for, and faced with a president who prefers Twitter and Fox News to a more wide-ranging media diet.
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