Image Credit: Colin Anderson Productions pty ltd/Getty Whether they know it or not, marketers are at a crossroads with how far they can take new technologies to enhance their brand. As we saw in Merkle’s 2022 Consumer Experience Sentiment Report, 47 % of consumers feel that personalization online is invasive — up from 44% in 2021. This means that consumers don’t necessarily feel more comfortable with technology the longer it exists in our daily lives, which is especially true with AI-powered services.
AI has become a powerful tool for commerce experiences such as chatbots, product recommendations, voice search and other forms of personalization. But many consumers don’t trust that AI services are using and storing their data responsibly, and it often leads to a distrust of AI tools that are meant to enhance the user experience.
No compatible source was found for this media. The most common obstacles to gaining trust with a brand’s AI-powered experiences include: A lack of transparency about how consumer data was used to provide recommendations
Not setting appropriate expectations for what limitations the technology has
Not allowing users to customize their AI experiences along the way
To overcome these obstacles for your AI-powered services, here are the top three ways to build trust with consumers: Event
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