We’re halfway through the 2018/19 NFL season, and it’s the Patriots, Chiefs, Steelers and Texans leading the American Football Conference, with the Redskins, Rams, Bears and Saints leading the National Football Conference. But who’s leading the scoreboard when it comes to their engagement with fans?
A silent update was made to the Pinterest platform recently that could lead to a major exodus of brands and the potential downfall of the platform from a brand marketing perspective.
In a world where fake news is continuously in the headlines(if not the actual headlines) it’s no wonder that we’re seeing a resurgence in purpose-driven marketing amongst brands.
- 27% of content includes violent, distressing or incitements to commit terrorist attacks
- Spikes in activity seen around key acts of terrorism
- UK company behind the artificial intelligence technology used to detect illegal content for leading social networks
The amount of terrorist propaganda and extremist content being posted online, especially on social media platforms is a growing global issue. Now, a UK headquartered company has been identified as being behind the technology that is being used by global social networks to detect hundreds of pieces of new terrorism-related content created online each day.