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Ogilvy & Mather's Tham Khai Meng warned the Advertising Week crowd that data doesn't trump creativity. (Photo courtesy Sovev Media)
Ogilvy & Mather's Tham Khai Meng warned the Advertising Week crowd that data doesn't trump creativity. (Photo courtesy Sovev Media)

Three of the world's most respected creatives rejected the idea that algorithms and computers will ever replace people in the advertising industry at Advertising Week in New York yesterday.

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