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Driving Airline Innovation With Artificial Intelligence

In this video from Skift Aviation Forum 2022, Alex Mans discusses how airline innovation is advancing using AI and deep learning to overhaul legacy practices, aiming to optimize customer engagement and maximize business performance.

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