Scope AI Corp. Unveils Advanced AI-Driven GEM System

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Scope AI Corp. has announced advancements in its AI-driven visual recognition technology, GEM system. The company aims to provide businesses in the advertising technology sector with unparalleled insights and capabilities through AI-driven Visual Analysis.

Scope AI Ad Tech will focus on Safety and Fraud measures, Cross Channel Integration and Campaign Management, Bid optimization, and Personalization for Specific User Experiences.

Also read: Social Media Management Tools: Streamlining the Social Marketing Efforts

The company’s objective is to redefine the landscape of advertising tech with its GEM platform and an expanded development team to accelerate the development of its initial GEM product.

Read more – Scope AI Begins Development on Advancing Gem Platform for Adtech

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