Standing at the Top: 2023 Awards
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Standing at the Top: 2023 Awards

In the wake of a few tumultuous years, GPJ and our clients continue to embrace the enduring power of experiences and we have not skipped a beat. Through the power of experience design and hybrid engagement, our global portfolio of work continues to earn the industry recognition and validation that can only come from exceptional …

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Creative Tech Bytes
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Creative Tech Bytes

v22.0 – In the bustling world of AI, Meta launches its AI image generator website, Microsoft’s Seeing AI app brings accessibility for low-vision & blind users and UAE’s Al-Futtaim Automotive drives into the future with a VR showroom.

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v21.0 – Tesla’s Cybertruck is hitting the streets with a bang, and the Formula 1 Heineken Silver Las Vegas Grand Prix is gearing up for an adrenaline-pumping race. Buckle up, tech lovers, it’s going to be a wild ride! 

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GPJ Faves: Small and Independent Businesses We ♡
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GPJ Faves: Small and Independent Businesses We ♡

One of the best things about having offices across North America (and the world) is the ability to make a positive impact in so many communities. As we enter a season of giving, we polled our people for their favorite small, independently-owned businesses, and boy did they deliver! We hope you’ll find some inspiration, some …

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v20.0 – Meta’s letting Amazon shoppers buy goods on Facebook and Instagram without leaving the apps. Unity’s 2023 Unite event recapped new AI capabilities in gaming engines to boost creativity. The AI takeover is brewing but for now it seems mostly beneficial!

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v19.0 – Samsung’s latest salvo in the smartphone wars is a generative AI update aimed squarely at Apple’s dominion. CarMax dips its toes in the generative AI pool exploring new frontiers in car retailing. And YouTube’s introduction of AI-powered features aimed to refine the creator-viewer dynamic, promising a more intuitive and engaging platform experience.

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v18.0 – Coca-Cola is making sure your soda sings a personalized jingle, however the electric vehicle industry seems to have run into some power issues – perhaps distracted by Apple’s shiny new M3 chip lineup.

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v17.0 – As the FCC steers the net neutrality ship through regulatory waters, Ray-Ban and Meta are reshaping our reality, one smart glass at a time. And while Amazon’s drones are turning the sky into a pharmacy delivery lane, we’re left wondering: Is the future flying in, or are we just catching up?

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v16.0 – Google takes a page from Bing and Yahoo, testing a news-rich homepage. Toyota and Lexus are tipping their hats to Tesla, hopping on board with the NACS connector for their sleek EVs. And to round off our tech fiesta, Microsoft secures Activision Blizzard for a cool $69bn.

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v15.0 – Adobe MAX 2023 is painting a pixelated future. Google’s AI is playing traffic cop in a dozen cities, ensuring the road to the future is less congested. And on ESPN, they’re melding Toy Story and NFL into a game where Buzz might finally get that forward pass from Woody. Buckle up, it’s techie out there!

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v14.0 – U2 breaks in the Sphere in Las Vegas, Mark Zuckerberg shows off Meta’s photorealistic avatar tech, Amazon and Microsoft are adding AI to a wide suite of products. Oh yeah, and we tossed in a rocket-propelled VW Bug because why not?

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v13.0 – Google is letting Bard run wild on your Google Apps if you give it permission of course, DALL-E 3 is out and looks to be a major step forward for Open AI’s generative AI image engine. Cisco spends a few coins to acquire Splunk and IBM is committed to training over 2 million people on AI by 2026.

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v12.0 – Get ready to throw out your Apple lightning cables, Salesforce is letting Einstein GPT across its product suite and Deloitte puts out a report on how manufacturing companies are using the “industrial metaverse”.

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v11.0 – IBM and Salesforce team up to bring AI to enterprise CRM customers, Drake’s AI song was submitted for a Grammy, OpenAI thinks they can help teach your kids and it turns out that your car is likely a horrible privacy offender.

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v10.0 – Google launches Duet, IBM is rolling out highly efficient speech recognition chips and we take a retrospective look at digital fashion in 2023.

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v9.0 – Meta is entering the code assistant game, IBM and the USTA team up to bring generative commentary to the masses, and Acura & Honda are adopting the Tesla EV charging standard.

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v8.0 – IBM and Microsoft collaborate on generative AI for businesses, OpenAI is working on an AI powered Content Moderation System, Ford CEO runs into some trouble when he hits the road in his new F-150 Lightning EV and Google is building an A.I. Assistant That Offers Life Advice.

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v7.0 – The White House announces a new $20 Million dollar AI Cyber Challenge to crowdsource solutions to patch software vulnerabilities in the US’ digital infrastructure. Slack is due for a redesign, the music industry is exploring how to monetize deepfake songs and Netflix inches closer into the gaming space.

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Electrified Experiences, Part 2
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Electrified Experiences, Part 2

Written by Marc LeJay, GPJ Strategist – When you remove the artificial delineation between “B2C” and “B2B”, the underlying patterns of their journeys are relatively the same.

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