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Yeva Telebenieva: Artificial Intelligence and Crisis PR

Yeva Telebenieva Artificial Intelligence and Crisis PR
Photo Courtesy: Yeva Telebenieva

By: Sophia Blake

In the field of marketing and PR, professionals encounter various challenges daily, including managing crisis situations. For modern entrepreneurs and PR specialists, effectively overcoming negative events and restoring brand reputation increasingly relies on the use of innovative technologies. In this context, let’s consider the approach of entrepreneur, PR specialist, co-owner of an international PR and marketing agency, member of the Marketing Association of Ukraine, and author of the book “Imageology” – Yeva Telebenieva, to the issue of crisis PR and its connection with artificial intelligence.

Today, crisis PR requires not only promptness but also in-depth data analysis for effective response to negative situations. This is where artificial intelligence becomes an indispensable tool. Thanks to its ability to analyze vast amounts of information in a short time, machine learning algorithms can help identify trends, predict possible developments, and determine optimal response strategies.

Yeva Telebenieva, recognizing the importance of prompt response to crisis situations, actively integrates innovative technologies into her agency’s work. “Using artificial intelligence allows us to promptly assess the scale of the problem and make informed decisions,” notes Telebenieva. “Automating data analysis enables us to identify key points and efficiently allocate resources to address the issue.”

Another important aspect of crisis PR is personalizing communication with the audience. Artificial intelligence helps generate personalized messages and recommendations for different audience segments, allowing for more effective brand perception management during a crisis. “Content personalization enables us to maintain a dialogue with our audience even in challenging situations, fostering trust and minimizing negative emotions,” adds Telebenieva.

Furthermore, artificial intelligence can be used to forecast event developments and assess the effectiveness of measures taken. Machine learning algorithms analyze data from various sources and predict possible event scenarios, aiding in planning long-term response strategies and taking measures to minimize potential risks. “One of our priorities is not only mitigating the consequences of a crisis but also preventing its recurrence in the future. By using the data and forecasts provided by artificial intelligence, we can develop more effective crisis prevention strategies and improve overall brand resilience,” says Telebenieva.

However, despite all the advantages, the use of artificial intelligence in crisis PR also presents certain challenges. One of the main challenges is ensuring the ethical and transparent use of data. “We understand that data collection and analysis is a responsibility that must be accompanied by appropriate privacy and confidentiality protection measures,” notes Telebenieva.

Moreover, implementing new technologies requires investments in staff training and infrastructure development. “Effective use of artificial intelligence requires not only modern equipment but also qualified specialists capable of correctly interpreting data and making informed decisions,” emphasizes Telebenieva.

Thus, artificial intelligence is becoming an increasingly significant tool for responding to crisis situations in the PR sphere. Yeva Telebenieva emphasizes that the adoption of innovative technologies allows not only for effective management of negative events but also for their prevention, ensuring brand resilience in the long term. “Using artificial intelligence opens up new opportunities for improving communication and brand reputation management. The key is to know how to apply these technologies correctly and integrate them into the overall PR strategy,” concludes Telebenieva.

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