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There were lots of exciting developments in marketing technology during the past week (when aren't th
Issue #50  •  February 28  •  view online
Marketing Technology
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Hand picked articles, resources, tools, and conversation from around the world of marketing technology. #martech
There were lots of exciting developments in marketing technology during the past week (when aren’t there?) and here are some of our favorites. 
Mitch Joel offered his view of the agency of the future and the folks at Strategy and Business share their vision for AR in Retail. We also included posts on Google’s branded texts, Facebook’s use of AI, and using AI to develop and test new creative in real-time. For you gamers, Chartboost is launching playable ads.
Enjoy and make sure to catch us next week.

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Articles:
Will The Agency Of The Future Look Nothing Like The Agency Of Today?

Google wants businesses to text with its Android Messages service - Recode

Inside Facebook’s AI Machine – Backchannel

Artificial intelligence and creative work

Chartboost launches playable ads to boost mobile game publisher revenues | GamesBeat | Games | by Dean Takahashi

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Techstars Startup Digest Marketing Technology is curated by:
Mitchell Cuevas Mitchell Cuevas - Founder @ScreenChecker, Principal @Cove Group, Community @Blockstack
mitchell@cuevas.co
Frank Pollock Frank Pollock - Marketer. Innovator. Strategist.
frank.pollock4@gmail.com
Guerric de Ternay Guerric de Ternay - Founder GoudronBlanc.com - Write at Guerric.co.uk
gdeternay@boostcompanies.com
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