Baidu, the tech giant often described as China’s equivalent of Google, has become the first Chinese company to join a US-led group that studies and formulates best practice for artificial intelligence (AI) technologies.
Brian Carruthers, Event Reports, dmexco, September 2018
Baidu, one of China’s largest tech companies and often compared to Google for its search capability, has developed a deep learning system that combines search intent, buyer behaviour, and real time location data.
SABRE Awards, Gold, APAC, Medical Technology, 2018
Intel, a technology company, raised sales and awareness of its VR installation for helping treat Autistic children in China by telling the stories from parents of Autistic children and demonstrating how it works.
SABRE Awards, Gold, APAC, Guerilla Marketing, 2018
Microsoft, the technology company, increased awareness of the dangers of using false Microsoft products in Myanmar by launching an event with a fake influencer to show that a pirated version will never be as good as the real thing.
SABRE Awards, In2 APAC, Best In Real-Time Engagement, 2018
Microsoft, a technology company, demonstrated its dedication to empowering educators to provide new generations with knowledge for the digital age across Asia by celebrating a teacher whose work had gone viral on Facebook.
SABRE Awards, Gold, APAC, Business-To-Business Marketing, 2018
SAP Customer Experience (SAP CX), a software corporation, was able to shift perceptions of it from an IT vendor to a thought leader in customer experience and e-commerce in Singapore and the wider APAC region.
BEIJING/MOSCOW: Alibaba, the Chinese e-commerce giant, is reportedly in advanced negotiations with Mail.ru, the Russian internet firm and owner of social platform VKontakte, and the Russian sovereign wealth fund to form an e-commerce joint venture ...
CHICAGO: Google, the tech giant, will reportedly open its first permanent retail store in Chicago’s Fulton Market district, a move that shows – despite the promise of e-commerce – that physical availability continues to be ...
MENLO PARK, CA: Google staff are internally protesting the search giant’s leaked strategy to re-enter the China market, saying any move to launch a censored search engine raises “urgent moral and ethical issues”, according to ...
SINGAPORE: Alibaba Cloud, the cloud computing arm of Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group, has launched nine new products to help retailers in Southeast Asia to digitise their operations and embrace Alibaba’s “new retail” ...
SHANGHAI: As reports emerge of Google’s plans to re-enter China, some market experts aren’t optimistic about the company’s ability to crack the notoriously difficult market which is dominated by home-grown internet giants.
Mel Gray, Brian Sherwell, David Chriswick, WARC Awards, Grand Prix and Partnership Special Award, Best Use of Brand Purpose, 2017
This case study describes how US appliances manufacturer Whirlpool built on its Every day, care campaign to create the Care Counts programme, which installed washers and dryers in schools to give disadvantaged students access to laundry facilities to boost attendance rates.