Kaspersky has launched its Safer Tomorrow platform, to try and better answer humankind’s most significant questions about the future. The platform is powered by a foretelling neural network, developed by a branch of global advertising agency BBDO. Selected daily predictions are shown on a livestreamed billboard situated on the east coast of New Zealand - one of the first locations to see the new day and meet the future.
Kaspersky is committed to building a more protected and safer world. To achieve this, the global cybersecurity company closely follows technological trends and predictions to generate a picture of what we can expect in the future and to understand how we can secure it. Kaspersky also believes that the more people who consider the future […]
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Created by Beta Alliance’s in house creative and production team, the 20-minute documentary tackles the practical and ethical implications of humans’ developing sexual relationships with technology, ultimately posing the question: Is it possible (and if so) is it then moral to have a romantic relationship with a robot? The documentary explores these controversial themes through […]
From revealing your pants to co-workers to forgetting about your offensive mug, people working from home have discovered there are a multitude of video call fails just waiting to embarrass them. Forever Beta’s Beta Alliance, alongside their in house creative, production and media team, pulled all of these fails together in one comedically cringy quick […]
Creative, data and technology agency Wunderman Thompson has been appointed by cybersecurity provider Kaspersky to develop a new worldwide brand marketing campaign following a competitive pitch. The global, multi-channel ‘Bring on the Future’ campaign is an inspiring and aspirational rallying cry that highlights Kaspersky’s credentials as an agent of change, anticipating and answering technology challenges of […]