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3 Best Practices for Product Managers to Drive Adoption of Emotion AI Technology

Summary

Due to the early stage of the technology, customers that are evaluating emotion AI technologies need more education. Product managers must demonstrate clear return on investment and address privacy concerns early on to drive adoption of their products.

Published: 11 June 2020

ID: G00717124

Analyst(s): Annette Zimmermann Brian Doherty

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Note 1: Emotion AI Definition

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