While often portrayed ominously by Hollywood as the technology that will one day take over the world from humans, Artificial Intelligence (AI) in real life has proven to be capable of replacing humans, but in a manner that’s productive to us. This is due to AI’s ability to process massive amounts of unstructured datasets in a short time and extract useful information, discern patterns and carry out actions based on the analysis.
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The 2019 Indian Premier League generated the usual, high-level of excitement amongst its audience and engagement levels were naturally high. Not surprisingly, IPL 2019 attracted massive advertising interest on both traditional and social media platforms, with more than 90 advertisers pitching a myriad of brands and products.
The world today is exceedingly digital, especially with the internet, smartphones, the internet of things and machine learning playing a major role in connecting people and brands alike. Global smartphone penetration is expected to reach 40% by 2020 – a truly staggering figure in terms of a sheer number of people with smartphones.
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Market research has evolved dramatically over the decades. It started with Paper and Pencil interviewing (PAPI), a quantitative data collection method. With computer becoming prevalent, methods such as Computer Assisted Personal Interviewing (CAPI) and Computer Assisted telephone Interviewing (CATI) took over.
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There have been incredible discoveries in the field of psychology, which affect the decision making process and also marketing sciences. Over time there have been a lot of observations, which have been replicated that allow us to see low life patterns on how people behave, how they make decisions and so on.
The global market research industry was worth $44.3 billion in 2015! The biggest spenders are consumer goods segment giants like P&G and Unilever, who pour in millions of dollars into consumer research every year. So, if your company has been shying away from investing in market research because it sounds like an unnecessary investment, think again. Here are 5 ways how market research can help your company grow.
Ask any market researcher the importance of length of interview (LOI) and they are sure to place this paradata high up in the list of critical elements of a survey. LOI, which refers to the average time required to complete a survey questionnaire, plays a pivotal role in the successful completion of any survey.