Tagged: AI

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In recent decades, images have become such a significant factor that practically all media can now be described as visual media. Images and graphics have traditionally played a central role in print media, but digital channels have also become indispensable outside of print. As images have become more important, the significance of text has diminished. Figures show that only 20% of newspaper readers read more than the first paragraph of an article.

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Yesterday morning I spoke to a young, dedicated printer from Bavaria. His expectations of drupa are high. Because: “Artificial intelligence will change everything. Everything.” That’s what he said, waved and disappeared into the hustle and bustle of the exhibition halls. By the afternoon, his opinion had already changed.

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From “Tinderprinting”, virtual service employees or tools that help with production planning: Artificial intelligence has also arrived in the online print industry. David Zwang from Whattheythink spoke to Bernd Zipper about the developments and products that are already available. Another interesting question was whether not all printers are actually also online printers.

Amazon stellt seinen KI-basierten Chatbot Q vor
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After OpenAI’s ChatGPT, Microsoft’s Copilot and Google’s Bard, it was only a matter of time before Amazon followed suit. Now the company’s AWS division has unveiled its own AI-based chatbot, “Q”. The most important difference: it is not aimed at private individuals, but is designed to provide targeted support to corporate customers in IT and development, administration and project management. This could also benefit online print shops. 

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Because the team of the online printing and e-commerce platform Helloprint found the previous automation solutions for the customer experience in e-commerce too standardised, too inflexible and too cost-intensive, they took matters into their own hands without further ado – and developed their own AI-supported automation software with Engaige. 

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On 14 and 15 March 2024, the Online Print Symposium will enter its 11th round at the Science Congress Center Munich with more than 300 participants from all over the world! After a brilliant anniversary event, the Online Print Symposium now presents itself in a new look. The new logo and design can already be seen on the website: https://online-print-symposium.de/en/

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Artificial intelligence not only brings new technical possibilities, but also redefines the requirements for companies. For example, security concepts must be rethought and redeveloped. The Initiative Online Print (IOP) regularly deals with the topic of cybersecurity, among other things. Current legal issues raised by artificial intelligence and cybersecurity in e-commerce are much more closely linked than one might think at first glance.