How Appier Fights Ad Fraud with Artificial Intelligence
Ad fraud is costing the industry billions of dollars. Joe Su, Appier’s Chief Technology Office, described in a blog post how Appier is using artificial intelligence to fight ad fraud. This infographic summarises how AI can help combat one of the top scourges of the advertising industry.
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