Ad creatives could find their jobs under threat - from robots

Davies, Russell
March 2012
Campaign;3/23/2012, Issue 12, p20
Trade Publication
The author discusses the impact of technological developments on marketing and communications industry, citing the potential of regular copy journals to make use of robot generation to meet demands for more content.


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