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  • This week, you can join Cathy Hackl and Lee Kebler in a far-reaching exploration of the recent movements in gaming, Google’s I/O conference, and Dell’s expansion of their AI-focused hardware line. 


    The pair couldn’t miss discussing Google’s announcement of a new pair of AR glasses, which they debuted during a project Astra demo recently. They also return to the always-developing and always-intriguing subject of Apple Vision Pro and the reports of a global expansion. integration of Lofi Girl's music into Fortnite and the upcoming Classic event in Roblox.


    With insights and opinions on these exciting developments, you won't want to miss this conversation. Plus, they even talk about a Dune-inspired suit that recycles sweat and their love for the Back to the Future franchise. Tune in now and be part of the conversation!


    Cathy Hackl Bio

    Cathy Hackl is a globally recognized tech & gaming executive, futurist, and speaker focused on spatial computing, virtual worlds, augmented reality, AI, strategic foresight, and gaming platforms strategy. She’s one of the top tech voices on LinkedIn and is the CEO of Spatial Dynamics, a spatial computing and AI solutions company, including gaming. 


    Cathy has worked at Amazon Web Services (AWS), Magic Leap, and HTC VIVE and has advised companies like Nike, Ralph Lauren, Walmart, Louis Vuitton, and Clinique on their emerging tech and gaming journeys. She has spoken at Harvard Business School, MIT, SXSW, Comic-Con, WEF Annual Meeting in Davos 2023, CES, MWC, Vogue’s Forces of Fashion, and more. 


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    Lee Kebler Bio

    Lee has been at the forefront of blending technology and entertainment since 2003, creating advanced studios for icons like will.i.am and producing music for Britney Spears and Big & Rich. Pioneering in VR since 2016, he has managed enterprise data at Nike, led VR broadcasting for Intel at the Japan 2020 Olympics, and driven large-scale marketing campaigns for Walmart, Levi’s, and Nasdaq. A TEDx speaker on enterprise VR, Lee is currently authoring a book on generative AI and delving into splinternet theory and data privacy as new tech laws unfold across the US.

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    Key Discussion Topics

    Technology and innovationGaming newsLofi Girl's musicClassic event in RobloxGoogle I/OAR glassesAI hardwareContent moderationApple Vision ProSpatial computing

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  • Join Cathy and Lee in this engaging podcast as they discuss the latest advancements in AI, computer vision, and spatial computing. From OpenAI's impressive ChatGPT model with computer vision capabilities to Apple's global launch of their Apple Vision Pro headset, they explore how these technologies will shape various industries. 


    Get exclusive insights from Cathy and Lee as they discuss the future potential of see-through displays and Meta's investments in VR. Don't miss out on this informative and thought-provoking conversation about the future of spatial computing and virtual reality.


    Come for the tech, and stay for the magic!


    Cathy Hackl Bio

    Cathy Hackl is a globally recognized tech & gaming executive, futurist, and speaker focused on spatial computing, virtual worlds, augmented reality, AI, strategic foresight, and gaming platforms strategy. She’s one of the top tech voices on LinkedIn and is the CEO of Spatial Dynamics, a spatial computing and AI solutions company, including gaming. 

    Cathy has worked at Amazon Web Services (AWS), Magic Leap, and HTC VIVE and has advised companies like Nike, Ralph Lauren, Walmart, Louis Vuitton, and Clinique on their emerging tech and gaming journeys. She has spoken at Harvard Business School, MIT, SXSW, Comic-Con, WEF Annual Meeting in Davos 2023, CES, MWC, Vogue’s Forces of Fashion, and more. 

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    Lee Kebler Bio

    Lee has been at the forefront of blending technology and entertainment since 2003, creating advanced studios for icons like will.i.am and producing music for Britney Spears and Big & Rich. Pioneering in VR since 2016, he has managed enterprise data at Nike, led VR broadcasting for Intel at the Japan 2020 Olympics, and driven large-scale marketing campaigns for Walmart, Levi’s, and Nasdaq. A TEDx speaker on enterprise VR, Lee is currently authoring a book on generative AI and delving into the splinternet theory and data privacy as new tech laws unfold across the US.

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    Key Discussion Topics

    OpenAI's Spring UpdateHardware and OpenAI's Focus on Computer VisionApple's Global Expansion with Apple Vision ProAdvancements in AI, Computer Vision, and Spatial ComputingImpressive Displays and ChallengesApple's Crown Feature and Going In and Out of RealityMeta's Investments in VR and Competing with AppleNiantic's Mixed Reality Pet and Cathy's Upcoming Keynote

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  • In this episode of Tech Magic, with Cathy away on safari, Lee is joined by Lily Snyder to dive into a world of fascinating tech topics. From the Rabbit R1 device's clever AI capabilities to the FTC's challenge to combat voice cloning, there's something for everyone. They also explore the potential of AI music tools, discuss the Apple Vision Pro, and ponder the challenges of transitioning to touch screens. They even delve into bizarre XR devices and innovative uses of VR technology. So, join Lee and Lily as they share their excitement and curiosity about the ever-evolving world of technology. Don't miss out on this engaging and informative podcast!


    Come for the tech, and stay for the magic!


    Lily Snyder Bio

    Lily is a tech expert with over a decade of experience in the tech industry who helps tech professionals tell their stories, whether that’s by writing and editing books and articles or producing podcasts like Tech Magic!

    She uses all her training in business analytics, SDLC, project management, and Agile Scrum to build metaverse strategies for brands, many of which are in the top Fortune 500.

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    Lee Kebler Bio

    Lee has been at the forefront of blending technology and entertainment since 2003, creating advanced studios for icons like will.i.am and producing music for Britney Spears and Big & Rich. Pioneering in VR since 2016, he has managed enterprise data at Nike, led VR broadcasting for Intel at the Japan 2020 Olympics, and driven large-scale marketing campaigns for Walmart, Levi’s, and Nasdaq. A TEDx speaker on enterprise VR, Lee is currently authoring a book on generative AI and delving into the “splinternet” theory and data privacy as new tech laws unfold across the US.

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    Key Discussion Topics

    Rabbit R1AI Music ToolsApple VR Pro and Hand ControlsMeow Wolf’s innovative spa in Austin, TexasOpenAI's collaboration with the Metropolitan Museum of ArtBizarre XR devices

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  • Join Cathy and Lee in this engaging podcast as they discuss the latest news and trends in technology and innovation. From Meta's opening of its Horizon OS to Apple's focus on enterprise and brainwave protection laws, they cover a wide range of fascinating topics.


    They unpack the latest AI blunders, from Drake's controversial Tupac deepfake to a Catholic group's rogue "AI priest" chatbot.


    Come for the tech, and stay for the magic!


    Key Discussion Topics

    Meta's 30% quarterly VR revenue growth amid metaverse pushDrake using deepfakes of Tupac and Snoop Dogg in a new songCatholic group's "AI priest" chatbot giving unsanctioned responsesDiscord replacing online forums as a hub for niche communitiesWalmart bringing physical-digital commerce to RobloxApple potentially needs a new strategy for Vision Pro adoptionEmerging "AI wearables war" with devices like Meta's Ferrari glassesAI's potential to disrupt hearing aids and other legacy industries

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  • Join Cathy and Lee in this engaging podcast as they discuss the latest news and trends in technology and innovation. From Meta's opening of its Horizon OS to Apple's focus on enterprise and brainwave protection laws, they cover a wide range of fascinating topics.


    Discover the potential of brain implants for artificial vision and explore the positive impacts of gaming on cognitive function. With their enthusiastic and optimistic approach, Cathy and Lee provide valuable insights and opinions that will leave you excited about the future of technology. 


    Come for the tech, and stay for the magic!


    Key Discussion Topics

    Apple Vision Pro and its potential integration with cars Signing of the first law protecting consumers' brainwaves in ColoradoArtificial vision through brain implantsPositive and negative aspects of technologyGaming and its cognitive benefitsMarketing tactics and video game adaptationsLanguage around technology and the internet Five best and weirdest new technologies

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  • In this episode, Cathy and Lee talk about social media, AI, and digital shopping technology. Cathy and Lee talk to each other over AirChat, a new social audio app. They discuss its pros and cons as an audio app. Cathy and Lee segway into AI including Apple’s ReaLM tech, a deepfake camera, and an update on Humane’s AI Pin. Cathy and Lee talk about the importance of legislature and governance about deepfake AIs, especially in vulnerable populations. Online shopping makes its way onto the show as Amazon admits its “Just Walk Out” technology never worked.


    Producer Lily Snyder brings you the Dispatch from the Fringe. In this episode, she talks about inception VR hacks.


    Come for the tech, stay for the magic.


    Show Notes:

    Airchat Explained: What Is It, How It Works, and How to Use ItApple claims its on-device AI system ReaLM 'substantially outperforms' GPT-4A new camera can undress people almost in real time—to send a message about AIHumane's AI "Pin" Is a $700 Flaming Dumpster FireMarques Brownlee The Worst Product I've Ever Reviewed... For Now Amazon Fresh kills “Just Walk Out” shopping tech—it never really workedThe Web Became a Strip Mall VR headsets can be hacked with an Inception-style attack

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  • In this episode, Cathy and Lee talk Cathy’s experience at Summit at Sea. They discuss Apple closing discontinuing development on the Apple car and how Apple could expand its ecosystem to robots and home. Cathy and Lee discuss AI-first gadgets and how to discern AI hype. They bring you the latest updates in gaming because everyone is a gaming company, plus the next computing platform.


    Cathy interviews guest, Ori Inbar, co-founder of the Augmented World Expo and founder of Super Ventures.


    Producer Lily Snyder brings you the Dispatch from the Fringe.


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  • In this episode, Cathy and Lee talk about their favorite April Fools pranks in tech. Cathy shares an April Fool’s from Gary Marcus about an OpenAI sneak peek. More in AI news, the CEO of StabilityAI stepped down. Lee talks about Lego’s apology for using AI art. Cathy and Lee debate the “AI legal iceberg.” Cathy and Lee segway into what’s happening on the Internet including Steve Wozniak suing YouTube, Pornhub being blocked in Texas, and why video games can’t quit microtransactions. Lee explains Oregon’s governor signing the nation’s first right-to-repair bill. Cathy interviews Andrew Rosen, founder of PARQOR and author of the Medium Shift.


    Show Notes:

    Nintendo April Fool’sStability AI Founder Emad Mostaque Tanked His Billion-Dollar StartupLego is the latest brand to apologize for using AI artThe AI Industry Is Steaming Toward A Legal IcebergLawsuit against YouTube led by Steve Wozniak set to continuePornhub is now blocked in Texas. Could Florida be next?Why The $183 Billion Video Game Industry Can't Quit MicrotransactionsOregon governor signs nation’s first right-to-repair bill that bans parts pairingApple sues former iOS engineer for allegedly leaking Vision Pro, Journal app detailsVladimir Putin orders creation of Russian game consoles, Steam-like cloud delivery, and OS

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  • In this episode, Cathy Hackl and Lee Kebler discuss a wild week in laws and regulations. Kebler shares a Florida Bill that will prohibit those 14 years and younger from joining social media. While some social media regulation could be useful, the question is, how is it enforceable? They discuss the implications of the Internet divided and monitored State by State for companies and consumers.


    Later in the episode, they talk about an AI resolution passed by the UN General Assembly. Lee talks about the bonuses and gaps in the Tennessee ELVIS Act to ensure an artist’s likeness cannot be created by AI. They recommend you read Bills that are passed to find the gaps and talk to your representatives.


    Show Notes:

    DeSantis Approves Social Media Ban For Kids Under 14 In Florida: What To KnowGeneral Assembly adopts landmark resolution on artificial intelligenceCindy Gallop Ted Talk Make Love, Not PornELVIS Act has left the building - Can TN Stop AI?Stability.aiStability AI Founder Emad Mostaque Plans To Resign As CEO, Sources SayIPFSSceneScript: an AI model and method to understand and describe 3D spacesLaurie Segall AI deep-faked relationship

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  • In this week's episode, Cathy Hackl and Lee Kebler give their impressions on the NVIDIA GTC keynote. Cathy and Lee talk about the Game Developers Conference (March 18-22). The NVIDIA Omniverse will stream into the Apple Vision Pro. Plus, AI that can see the world. Cathy and Lee talk about AI in game development after Roblox’s AI announcement. Cathy and Lee touch on VR hardware like XREAL and the PSVR2. They discuss the hardware/content paradigm. Is it all fad or fiction? Listen in to find out. Cathy interviews Monique Ruff-Bell, Chief Program & Strategy Officer at TED.


    Show Notes:

    Game Developers Conference 2024NVIDIA GTC 2024Roblox’s new AI features reduce the time it takes to create avatars and 3D modelsSony Hits Pause on PSVR2 Production as Unsold Inventory Piles UpThis AI robot massaged my back and butt: 5 reasons I'm quitting human masseusesGDC 2024: XREAL Announces XREAL Hub And MoreHow the fashion industry will use Apple’s Vision Pro headset

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  • In this episode, Cathy Hackl records from SXSW. She shares what she’s seen so far. Cathy prepares to give her talk about Spatial Computing and AI wearables on the XR stage. Cathy and Lee discuss gaming news, spatial computing and the spatial computing market. They also talk about AI safety and regulation news. Is it all fad or fiction?


    Show Notes:

    SXSW: The Age of Spatial Computing & AI Wearables is Here2024 Future Today Institute Tech Trends ReportNintendo versus EmulatorGaming giant EA shutters Seattle-area studio launched by Halo co-creatorEA Embraces AI, Says 60% of Its Game Development Could Be ImpactedEpic Games just got unbanned by Apple — againSpatial Computing InterestBlackwells Capital Calls on Disney to Prioritize Artificial Intelligence, Spatial ComputingSpatial Computing Market Size to Grow USD 1304 Million by 2030 at a CAGR of 13.1%Welcome to the Valley of the Creepy AI Dolls

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  • On the latest episode of TechMagic, Cathy Hackl and Lee Kebler discuss the state of gaming and do a deep dive into why so many layoffs are happening in gaming and tech. They discuss AI’s impact on gaming as well as how AI deepfakes could affect teens. They also talk about AI wearables and spatial computing.


    Improve your marketing performance. Adobe and Meta solutions help advertisers optimize ad targeting, decrease cost per action, and see a more complete picture of campaign activity.


    Show Notes:

    SXSW: The Age of Spatial Computing & AI Wearables is HereText to Game: AI made a game from a single image Buzzy VR startup Spatial pivots to gamesDespite Massive Layoffs In Gaming, Media Giants Like Netflix Are Embracing The SectorSony to lay off 900 workers from PlayStation division, or 8% of unit's global workforceTech guru Jaron Lanier: ‘The danger isn’t that AI destroys us. It’s that it drives us insane’Apple Vision Pro 'could allow fans to virtually stand NEXT to Messi'Resurrecting loved ones as AI 'ghosts' could harm your mental healthCopyright Liability On LLMs Should Mostly Fall On The Prompter, Not The ServiceSamsung ring to “simplify everyday wellness”Meta’s big vision for face computers might be better than Apple’sHow Wi-Fi sensing became usable tech

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  • In the season finale of AIQ, host Cathy Hackl welcomes Mike Pell, Director of the Microsoft Garage in New York. Pell, a seasoned technologist and author, shares his insights on the future of technology, particularly focusing on AI, spatial computing, and mixed reality.


    During the discussion, Pell shares his journey in the tech industry, starting from the early days of Macintosh and co-founding a software company. He highlights his contributions to innovations such as inventing the PDF and Acrobat at Adobe. He then shares his thoughts on the creative potential of AI, particularly in enabling people to achieve tasks they couldn't before. He discusses how tools like Microsoft Copilot assist users in various tasks and workflow, how AI tools are accelerating the prototyping process, and his prediction for a shift towards ambient computing, where technology seamlessly integrates into the environment.


    We get it. The digital advertising industry is changing rapidly and it’s hard to keep up. Finding ways to grow is proving harder than ever.  


    At Microsoft Advertising we are committed to finding a better way forward. With us, you'll have access to valuable Microsoft audiences while enabling you to reach new audiences across the open web. We are paving the way for an exciting new era in our industry by harnessing the power of generative AI, integrated into our advertising technology and consumer experiences. Our full suite of advertising capabilities, built on a strong backbone of industry-leading AI and deep audience intelligence, provides the tools you need to create powerful growth possibilities.  

    With Microsoft Advertising, you'll have the opportunity to connect with new audiences, create powerful growth possibilities, and overcome the challenges you face so you can truly grow. Don't miss this opportunity to discover what's possible with Microsoft Advertising. Visit our website at www.microsoftadvertising.com to learn more about how we can help your business. Join us in creating a brighter future. 



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  • In this week's episode, Cathy and Lee talk about the AI, spatial computing, and tech hype cycles. Cathy thinks spatial computing is in the Innovation Trigger section of the chart. Cathy gives her first impressions of the Humane AI Pin. Lee visits Super Nintendo World in LA. Cathy and Lee discuss layoffs at Nike and discuss companies that created virtual studios.


    Improve your marketing performance. Adobe and Meta solutions help advertisers optimize ad targeting, decrease cost per action, and see a more complete picture of campaign activity.


    Show Notes:

    8 TED Talks To Help You Prepare for The Era Of AI-Driven Spatial ComputingGoogle Lays Off Thousands More Employees Despite Record Profits One Year After Laying off 12,000 Employees As Workers Begin Worrying AI is Slowly Replacing ThemNike lays off tech leaders as company cuts costsLG-Made Quest Pro 2 Will Reportedly Ship In H1 2025Apple Ponders Whether to Develop Smart Glasses, Fitness RingThe First TV SeriesA woman is marrying an AI hologram, ushering in a weird new era for human-robot relationshipsHybrid couple - Alicia FramisYour fingerprints can be recreated from the sounds made when you swipe on a touchscreen — Chinese and US researchers show new side channel can reproduce fingerprints to enable attacks | Tom's Hardware (tomshardware.com)

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  • On the latest episode of AIQ presented by Microsoft Advertising, host Cathy Hackl sits down with Sandy Carter, the Chief Operating Officer at Unstoppable Domains to discuss the future of business and the role of AI within it.  


    During the conversation, they talked about the potential of AI to transform industries, the importance of technologies like the blockchain in ensuring authenticity and trust, and the significance of women's involvement in shaping the AI landscape. Carter also discusses her book, "The Tiger and the Rabbit," which explores the intersection of AI, the metaverse, and Web3 and the importance of forming agile "rabbit teams" to drive innovation and the potential for AI to enhance personalization. 


    We get it. The digital advertising industry is changing rapidly and it’s hard to keep up. Finding ways to grow is proving harder than ever.  


    At Microsoft Advertising we are committed to finding a better way forward. With us, you'll have access to valuable Microsoft audiences while enabling you to reach new audiences across the open web.  We are paving the way for an exciting new era in our industry by harnessing the power of generative AI, integrated into our advertising technology and consumer experiences. Our full suite of advertising capabilities, built on a strong backbone of industry-leading AI and deep audience intelligence, provides the tools you need to create powerful growth possibilities.  

    With Microsoft Advertising, you'll have the opportunity to connect with new audiences, create powerful growth possibilities, and overcome the challenges you face so you can truly grow.  Don't miss this opportunity to discover what's possible with Microsoft Advertising. Visit our website at www.microsoftadvertising.com to learn more about how we can help your business. Join us in creating a brighter future. 


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  • In this episode, Cathy and Lee talk about the types of robots they want to see after Lee sees a trash-filtering robot during his travels. Cathy announced the pre-order of her 5th book, Spatial Computing An AI-Driven Business Revolution with Irena Cronin. Cathy and Lee segway to the Apple Vision Pro and Meta Quest 3 hardware. Cathy and Lee talk about Sora, Gen AI text to video. Lee fights with his ChatGPT. The hosts end with the future of amusement parks and entertainment.


    Show Notes:

    Spatial Computing: An AI-driven Business Revolution is announcedMark Z’s personal video response to the AVPMeta's CTO calls its AR glasses prototype "the most advanced thing we've ever produced as a species"Meta’s big vision for face computers might be better than Apple’sTikTok’s native app arrives for the Vision ProApple Arcade takes players into a new dimension with spatial gamingSora Gen AI Video is hereInteractive 'Dungeons & Dragons' theatre show to premiere in New YorkNTU develops thinner-than-hair stretchable tech to mind-control robots

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  • From shaping consumer experiences to revolutionizing the ad creation processes, the integration of generative AI into advertising is slowly reshaping the industry as we know it. 


    On the latest episode of AIQ presented by Microsoft Advertising, host Cathy Hackl sits down with Corporate Vice President Kya Sainsbury-Carter to discuss Microsoft's journey in leveraging AI to enhance advertising experiences for consumers, advertisers, and publishers. 


    At Microsoft Advertising we are committed to finding a better way forward. With us, you'll have access to valuable Microsoft audiences while enabling you to reach new audiences across the open web.  We are paving the way for an exciting new era in our industry by harnessing the power of generative AI, integrated into our advertising technology and consumer experiences. Our full suite of advertising capabilities, built on a strong backbone of industry-leading AI and deep audience intelligence, provides the tools you need to create powerful growth possibilities.  


    With Microsoft Advertising, you'll have the opportunity to connect with new audiences, create powerful growth possibilities, and overcome the challenges you face so you can truly grow.  Don't miss this opportunity to discover what's possible with Microsoft Advertising. Visit our website at www.microsoftadvertising.com to learn more about how we can help your business. Join us in creating a brighter future. 


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  • In this week's episode, Cathy and Lee recap the Super Bowl and the tech they noticed during the show. Lee finally got to demo the Apple Vision Pro and they discussed the use of AI on the device, as well as how it compares to the Meta Quest 3. Cathy and Lee talk about Disney’s $1.5 billion stake in Epic Games.


    Later in the episode, Cathy interviews Nic Hill, Co-Founder and Head of Interactive at Sawhorse Productions.


    Producer Lily Snyder brings you the Dispatch from the Fringe. 


    Cathy introduces AIQ, a limited-run podcast presented by Microsoft that aims to help professionals level up their AI knowledge.


    Come for the tech, stay for the magic.


    Show Notes:

    Cathy’s HBR Article: How Early Adopter Companies Are Thinking About the Apple Vision ProFCC declares AI-generated voices in robocalls are illegalThe FTC isn’t too happy with Microsoft’s Activision Blizzard layoffsBrilliant Labs’s Frame glasses serve as multimodal AI assistantDisney to take $1.5 billion stake in Epic Games, maker of FortniteAI Companies Take Hit as Judge Says Artists Have “Public Interest” In Pursuing LawsuitsSNL New Game SkitHow virtual power plants are shaping tomorrow’s energy systemNic Hill on LinkedIn

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  • Introducing AIQ Presented by Microsoft Advertising, a new limited podcast series hosted by Cathy Hackl dedicated to leveling up your IQ around all things Artificial Intelligence. 


    Over the next four weeks, the series will focus on Generative AI. What is it, how can brands use it to their advantage, and what pitfalls should they avoid? 


    In episode one, Hackl sits down with Jenny Nicholson, ECD and Creative Strategist at Queen of Swords who shares how to get started with AI, why you should look at curiosity more than fear, and how you can start thinking about GPTs. 


    We get it. The digital advertising industry is changing rapidly and it’s hard to keep up. Finding ways to grow is proving harder than ever.  


    At Microsoft Advertising we are committed to finding a better way forward. With us, you'll have access to valuable Microsoft audiences while enabling you to reach new audiences across the open web. We are paving the way for an exciting new era in our industry by harnessing the power of generative AI, integrated into our advertising technology and consumer experiences. Our full suite of advertising capabilities, built on a strong backbone of industry-leading AI and deep audience intelligence, provides the tools you need to create powerful growth possibilities.  


    With Microsoft Advertising, you'll have the opportunity to connect with new audiences, create powerful growth possibilities, and overcome the challenges you face so you can truly grow. Don't miss this opportunity to discover what's possible with Microsoft Advertising. Visit our website at www.microsoftadvertising.com to learn more about how we can help your business. Join us in creating a brighter future. 


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  • In this week's episode, Cathy announces the launch of her new company, Spatial Dynamics. Cathy talks about her experience with the Apple Vision Pro and shares her first reactions to the Vision Pro apps. In other news, Roblox is introducing AI for real-time chat translations, the biggest female streamer on Twitch, Pokimane, is leaving the platform, and Palworld is quickly becoming a best-selling independent game on Game Pass. They segway into AI news and discuss The New York Times creating an AI division. 


    Join us back on the feed this Friday for the first episode of AIQ, a brand-new limited series hosted by Cathy Hackl, which will help level up your knowledge when it comes to all things AI. Presented by Microsoft Advertising


    Show Notes:

    Roblox introduces AI-powered real-time chat translationsPalworld best selling 3rd party game on Games PassPokimane leaves TwitchApple might be buying an AI startupNY Times explores AI teamAI in product placement

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