Dubbed "Disney's Magic Words," the AI tool is expected to see action on Disney+ and Hulu, allowing advertisers to tailor their commercials to match the mood of movie scenes.
To spotlight artificial intelligence's immense capabilities to revolutionize the world, Microsoft will dedicate its ad space in the Super Bowl to encourage viewers to embrace the tech through its AI assistant, Copilot.
Following the announcement of its updated policy last December, Google begins permitting U.S. "crypto" trust issuers to advertise on its platform, but not without the appropriate license.
Silicon Valley giants create models that keep them at the competitive edge, even using users' data for ads, but is this enough to present them as bad guys as what fledgling firms make them out to be?
Google says that from January 29, 2024, companies offering crypto coin trusts in the U.S. can publish their ads but must be licensed and adhere to local laws.
Lawyers representing 34 U.S. states claim in their lawsuit that Meta is engaged in multiple offenses that potentially harm teenagers and children, a statement that dismayed the tech giant.
The FCA identified three key issues that led to the breach: making claims about the safety of digital asset services, unclear risk warnings, and the lack of information about their potential threats.
Google says that it already complies with the new law, but it is still expanding its ad transparency and access to third-party risk researchers in Europe.
Titan allegedly breached the SEC marketing rule by failing to include material information and adopt policies and procedures regarding personal trading in digital assets, according to the regulator.
The new rules include a requirement for digital currency exchanges and brokers in Thailand to include warnings on the danger of investing in digital currencies to customers.
VASPs in the U.K. have until October 8 to comply with the new rules laid out by the FCA, which revolve around unifying digital asset advertisements.