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As CEO of The1stMovement, Ming was named as one of the "Top 10 Asian Entrepreneurs in America" by Inc. Magazine, and has led the agency to 3 offices worldwide and recognized as one of the top Digital Agencies in the world by SoDA (Society of Digital Agencies). A Silicon Valley software engineer by trade, Ming was the recipient of the prestigious Primetime Emmy® award in "Technical Excellence in Interactive TV", and has architected many digital solutions for some of the world's most renowned brands including 20th Century Fox, ABC, Adobe, Apple, AMD, Cisco, Disney, Microsoft, Nike, HP, Intel, Sun Microsystems, Sony Pictures and more, and worked for TBWA/Chiat/Day, AKQA, and eHarmony as Technical Leads/Directors before founding The1stMovement in 2006.
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- The AI Takeover Can Wait; Humans Are Still Key To Agency Design, Intelligence in
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There is little debate that there are huge benefits and risks to AI, both for agencies and their clients. Instead, industry discussions have now turned toward how to maintain the balance: embracing the day-to-day convenience machine intelligence can provide, while at the same time, walking the thin line of fear that society still feels for any kind of artificial intelligence. This unknown is the source of widespread industry debate, generating countless misconceptions along the way, the biggest of which is that AI is ready to replace humans to perform very complex tasks like UX or UI design. This is compounded by Adobe's recent launch of numerous AI-driven design and development tools. However, agencies have nothing to worry about yet and there a few important reasons why.