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OneTrust Buys Carbon Impact Expert Planetly

We have a sudden blizzard of responsible advertising news today, Dear Reader. Must be the holiday spirit. For starters, privacy vendor OneTrust has purchased Planently, which helps companies to calculate, reduce, and report on their carbon impact.  Before you snort “humbug” take a look at surveys from Dentsu and Volta  which both find that consumers really care about the environment impact of companies they do business with.

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Few Consumers Will Trade Data for Personalized Messages: Airship Study

December 10, 2021

If you’re really obsessed with tech debates, enjoy this RapidAPI report that finds use of APIs is on the rise.    Otherwise, you’re probably more interested that Airship found consumers are more open to receiving brand communications if they’re given control over what they’re sent, how often, and over which channels.  You won’t be surprised that the most common reason people opt to receive brand messages is to save money, or that location- and behavior-based offers are the least important.

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NewsGuard Expands Site Trustworthiness Ratings and Neutronian Releases Data Quality Report

December 9, 2021

On the brand safety front, supply side platform Pubmatic is the latest firm to apply website trustworthiness ratings from NewsGuard. Buyers will be able to set a “misinformation floor” on the quality of sites they purchase.  Meanwhile, data quality rating service Neutronian has certified the cookie-free status of DoubleVerify, which itself helps companies monitor ad viewability and brand safety. Neutronian also announced the first release of its NQI Transparency Ratings Report, which rates the transparency and data quality of 150 top marketing data providers.

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Three-Quarters of Companies See AI/ML As Important Revenue Drivers: SambaNova Report

January 24, 2022

Do you miss those innocent days when every product announcement breathlessly reported the new system or feature was “AI-based”? If so, here’s a whiff of remembrance from AI infrastructure provider SambaNova Systems, who found that 78% of large companies rate AI and Machine Learning as important revenue drivers. Yet even they have a curiously mixed attitude, citing (in their press release) a NewVantage Partners study that found only a quarter of top companies have scaled AI/ML across their organization.

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