Staying proactive is the key to advancing within your industry. We’ve pulled together this week’s best examples of companies setting goals and taking a data-driven approach to achieving them.
FROM DRIVINGSALES: The Future of Artificial Intelligence
We’ve seen auto dealers willingly adapt artificial intelligence into vehicles, but when it comes to marketing – it’s a whole different story. Eric Turner, LotLinx VP of product management, discusses the common challenges auto professionals encounter when implementing the technology towards their marketing efforts.
FROM AUTOMOTIVE NEWS: Ford Forms New Group to Develop More Profitable, Competitive Vehicles
Ford is creating a task force to hone in on buyer research and utilize consumer insight in an effort to build their “most competitive vehicle portfolio yet.”
FROM BLOOMBERG: GM Races Tesla to Quicker Electric-Car Battery Re-charging Times
In an effort to troubleshoot consumers’ concerns, electric car developers continue to test the limits of rapid charging – and GM could push to become the most accelerated in the industry with plans to add 18 miles of driving range per charging minute.
FROM FEDSCOOP: Can AI Help Catch Criminals Where a Fingerprint Fails?
Artificial intelligence is the answer to combatting problems across an array of industries – and the FBI is just the latest to discover that the breakthrough technology is their solution to an ever-evolving security threat.