AdAi’s Inaugural Event on November 3: Revolutionizing the Fusion of AI and OOH
First Global Summit for AI-Powered OOH Advertising
Featuring Leading Voices from Adobe, Google, and More at the First Global Summit for AI-Powered OOH Advertising
Toronto, – AdAi, curated by COMMB (the Canadian Out-of-Home Measurement and Marketing Bureau) and DailyDOOH have announced industry giants as headliners, along with expert panelists and sponsors to create an unforgettable event focused on Artificial Intelligence (AI) and the Out-of-Home (OOH) Advertising space.
The November 3rd event, being held at the Globe and Mail Centre in Toronto, is accompanied by keynote speaker Chris Duffey, AI and mobile technologist. Chris is known for working in strategic development of the creative enterprise space at Adobe and is the author of Superhuman Innovation: Transforming Business with Artificial Intelligence. In his presentation, he will be discussing the state and future of AI and the opportunities it will create in the OOH advertising industry. Additional speakers and panelists span from a variety of industries: OOH operators, market research companies, professors, and AI research companies.
Esteemed sponsors backing this event include Adobe, Broadsign, Digital Advertising Alliance of Canada (DAAC), Docma, Environics Analytics, Intersection, OpenGravity, PATTISON Outdoor, Quividi, SingleStore, Spotzi, Teralytics, and the Vector Institute. AdAi continues to garner interest from prospective sponsors.
The Chair of AdAi, Farrokh Mansouri Ph.D, is eagerly anticipating the event scheduled for Nov. 3rd and is thrilled to witness it come to fruition, “AdAi will be an event to remember. As the first event ever to launch in the AI and OOH space globally, I am beyond excited to witness the incredible panelists and speakers pave the way for our industries by educating, informing and inspiring.”
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COMMB is the national not-for-profit organization for the Canadian out-of-home (OOH) industry. Our membership base is comprised of advertisers, agencies, programmatic tech stacks, and OOH companies, large and small. COMMB is responsible for the collective marketing and measurement efforts for the OOH industry, developing proprietary audience measurement methodologies for a variety of OOH media formats, and ensuring the voice of OOH is at the forefront of media via broad marketing and communications initiatives.