Matthew Keegan
Apr 30, 2024

Why some brands are putting the brakes on Gen AI

With the hype and excitement of last year's Gen AI boom now dissipating, Campaign explores why some brands and agencies are adopting a pushback stance when it comes to the new technology in a bid to avoid its pitfalls.

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