CreateTech is both an annual conference and an ongoing 4A’s initiative, providing a forum for technologists and creatives working in advertising.
Together, we explore the cutting edge of technology and its influence on the advertising world—with themes such as artificial intelligence and creativity; making and thinking; ubiquitous intelligence; immersive storytelling; the rise of marketing technology systems; and innovation lab models.
Creative technologies define tomorrow’s advertising world—and we stand at the forefront.
CreateTech launched in 2011 to provide a forum for technologists working in advertising. They are a special group, from diverse professional and educational backgrounds, bringing new skills into agencies and building new agency capabilities. CreateTech attracts a broad range of digital professionals and executives working in a creative role or enterprise.
CreateTech is also an active community, which regularly discusses technology and its impact on the marketing and advertising world.
4A’s CreateTech is now 8! This conference has always brought information and conversation about the creative possibilities of advancing digital technologies and platforms. Creative technologists and leaders in advertising, their clients and other domains will gather together to begin a discussion of a new “Innovation Imperative” on February 5, 2019 at the Convene – 32 Old Slip, New York, NY 10005.
More than 150 creative technologists gathered in Los Angeles for the 7th annual 4A’s CreateTech conference to explore A.I. through the lens of creativity and creative work. Here we present some key takeaways from the annual event.
The conference – hosted at Deutsch’s 48,000-square-foot production facility for its in-house production company, Steelhead – promises to tackle a key question for industry players looking to expand into their digital toolkit: How is A.I. used in advertising and marketing today and how will it be used in the future?
This whitepaper, part of the 4A’s Digital Horizons Series, explores the reasons why blockchain technology — the innovation behind the Bitcoin cryptocurrency protocol — will have greater impact on the communications and marketing trade within the next five to ten years than social media did from 1995 to 2005.
Key takeaways on design and technological trends in the industry from Flashpoint Medica’s Jose Andrade