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Fast Forward: GumGum’s Ophir Tanz on Bad Ads and Good AI

Fast Forward is a series of conversations with tech leaders hosted by Dan Costa, PCMag’s Editor-in-Chief. Dan recently spoke with Ophir Tanz, CEO and Founder of GumGum, which is quickly becoming a full-stack vertical-AI solution company. They spoke about the current artificial intelligence boom and its potential to alter every business it touches.

Dan Costa: How are you using AI today in the advertising space?

Ophir Tanz: GumGum, at its core, is a computer-vision company. We express that technology in a variety of ways. Our largest business unit is our advertising unit, and we invented an advertising format called In-Image

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