What does the company have to gain from rewards members uploading photos of pizza to its app? A lot, thanks to artificial intelligence. Analysis of the visual data gathered from the flood of pizza pics lends valuable insight into customers’ habits and preferences, cross-referencing the date, time, and location of the pizza against the pie’s toppings, style, and size. Here are lessons from Domino’s strategy that brands can use to bolster their own AI campaigns.
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