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Reprise Digital Launches AIpril Fools Campaign Generator


Is AI the Latest Creative Campaign Development Tool?

Reprise Digital Launches AIpril Fools Campaign Generator

Need some inspiration to create the greatest April Fools campaign of the year? Then try the AIpril Fools Campaign Generator, an ideation tool, developed by media agency Reprise Digital to help get the creative juices flowing ahead of April Fools Day.

Powered by OpenAI’s ChatGPT, the tool uses the latest in AI Large Language Models (LLM) technology to churn out witty campaign ideas and can be the inspiration for all marketing teams - from any industry – to help create the ‘perfect’ April Fools campaign idea in a matter of seconds.

Mychal Whittle, head of growth & integration at Reprise said:  "Don’t be fooled by the AIpril Fools Campaign Generator, we don’t expect any Cannes Lion winning ideas. This is more of a tongue-in-cheek creation highlighting the functionality of AI tools and how marketers should - and more to the point shouldn't - be using them.

"The aim of this stunt is to show we still need people to drive creativity and salience for marketing campaigns, but there is a future world where we can combine both the human mind and AI to facilitate and deliver best in class creative ideas and results for our clients," he continued.

Andrew Holford, chief product officer, Reprise added: “The buzz around AI facilitating marketers is huge, and we are already seeing some promising tools that can automate onerous work. Many of our products have AI built in to deliver insights, content and data solutions at scale. However, there will continue to be a need for our people to bring the creativity and context to ensure clients get the bespoke and tailored strategies they need to succeed”.

Whittle concluded: "We aren't expecting any of the campaign ideas generated by the tool to be turned in to real campaigns, we expect them to be relatively generic at this point but we’re pretty sure the tool will bring some fun to ideation ahead of April Fools Day."

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LBB Editorial, Sun, 19 Mar 2023 23:48:17 GMT