It’s not if but how Artificial Intelligence (AI) will change the way we work. And it’s already happening. On Thursday, June 7, Todd Murphy, CEO of Universal Information Services, will provide research and development on Alpha Clips, a media monitoring tool that tracks article origin of shared news stories. His talk is part of IABC Omaha’s monthly professional development luncheon. Guest will come away with knowledge on:
- The research and development of Alpha Clips
- The practical impact on professional communicators
- What to look for above and below your communications role
- 11:30-11:55 a.m. – Networking and Lunch Service
- 11:55 a.m.-12 p.m. – Announcements
- 12-1 p.m. – Workshop
About the Speaker
Todd Murphy is the CEO at Universal Information Services.
At the age of 13 Todd developed the broadcast monitoring services for Universal Information Services, a family business. After graduating from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 1991, Todd joined Universal to develop innovative services that deliver media monitoring and measurement tools for corporate communicators, government, and non-profit agencies.
Universal focuses on news monitoring, tracking media relations efforts, business intelligence, and consulting on issues management programs that use media monitoring. Their PR measurement services represent the best-in-class for competitive and business intelligence, showing the impact from messaging and the return on effort.
Universal has expanded their digital information services to include the digitization and restoration of historical documents and assets. Serving libraries, universities, historical societies, corporations, and other institutions, Universal now also assists institutions in preserving their history while making historical assets relevant again.
Todd Murphy completed the full acquisition of Universal Information Services in 2015, after integrating other monitoring services he had acquired over the prior 10 years. Universal continues to focus on innovation by most recently adding artificial intelligence to their media monitoring, broader application of higher quality voice-to-text technology, and cutting edge media contacts software.