Brands Need to Embrace AI to Remain Relevant With Ever-Changing Consumers

Blockbuster serves as a stark cautionary tale

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At its peak in 2004, Blockbuster had over 9,000 stores in total. In 2011, the last store was bought by Dish Network, putting the neighborhood video rental company out of business. Redbox and, finally, Netflix won the market.

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