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Navigating AI Privacy Concerns

Ronn Torossian

AI privacy issues are on the rise as AI technology becomes more common in our daily lives. Facial recognition systems, personal assistants, and automated customer service are only a few examples of how AI is enhancing our lives. However, these advancements bring up concerns about data privacy and security.

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Trust in Business: 10 Ways to Build the Currency Brands Can’t Live Without

Sword and the Script

Brands earn customer trust in business by protecting their data, offering a reasonable value, focusing on the quality of their product or service and delivering good customer experiences. 73% are willing to pay more for the product or service. 66% are more willing to share their data with a company they trust.

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Cementing the case against gated content (in most cases)

Communications Conversations

And sure, there are many ways brands earn trust–customer service, CEO actions, and pricing just to name a few. 2 – Privacy concerns are at an all-time high. We all know privacy concerns are sky-high with most Americans. Protecting your customer’s privacy and security is now the #1 driver of brand trust!

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Analyzing First Responders In Crisis PR

ImPRessions - Crenshaw Communications

Facebook’s response to the recent data privacy controversy was immediate – so immediate that it happened the day before the scandal broke. While the speed was admirable, the content of the message and its tone were less successful, given the complicated nature of the data privacy issues involved. Facebook dodges blame.

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A PR Guide to Strategic Silence

ImPRessions - Crenshaw Communications

This means that a customer service or PR team must recognize the difference between an anonymous troll with a miniscule following and a legitimate customer or influencer. This is particularly true when the situation is as legally and technically complicated as the data privacy scandal.

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Don’t Fear The Robot: Why AI Is Good For PR And Marketing

ImPRessions - Crenshaw Communications

Entrepreneur and presidential contender Andrew Yang has used his 15 minutes to warn us of the hollowing-out of key industries like retail, customer service, and trucking as a result of AI. Sure, we’re motivated to gather as much data as possible when it comes to products that require education, like software or probiotics.

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