ZOG was an early hypertext system developed at Carnegie Mellon University during the 1970s by Donald McCracken and Robert Akscyn. ZOG was first developed by Allen Newell and George G. Robertson to serve as the front end for AI and Cognitive Science programs brought together at CMU for a summer workshop. The ZOG project was as an outgrowth of long-term artificial intelligence research led by Allen Newell and funded by the Office of Naval Research.
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  • 4 ways to get ROI out of B2B retargeting

    … Retargeting gives B2B focused companies the greatest opportunity to recapture those users and convert them into sales by serving them specifically targeted content. FierceCMO talked to ZOG Digital’s Kim Giroux about retargeting’s power and how B2B focused companies can use it to produce ROI. ——————– If at first you don’t succeed, try try again…

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