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Grad Student Looking To Poll People on Loyalty Programs/AI

Grad Student Looking To Poll People on Loyalty Programs/AI

Old Aug 8, 23, 2:35 pm
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Question Grad Student Looking To Poll People on Loyalty Programs/AI

Hi there, I was asking on Reddit and someone recommended I try FlyerTalk.

But essentially I am a grad student writing my thesis on airline loyalty programs and AI (artificial intelligence). I want to gauge the general sentiment of flyers those who are both in/not members of airline loyalty programs and their attitudes towards a possible future of AI implementation in these programs or when flying as a whole. I've created a short survey on Google forms and was wondering if it was appropriate or if I am even allowed to post this type of content to these forums? I am interested in the US market so the major US carriers such as Delta, United, American, JetBlue, Southwest, etc.

Any help or feedback would be appreciated and I apologize if this is not the type of post allowed here. I have refrained from posting the link to the survey until I get a better idea of how people feel/ if it is even allowed. Thank you in advance.
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Old Aug 8, 23, 3:45 pm
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Welcome to Flyertalk. You can find guidelines about posting surveys here. I'm going to close this thread, and would recommend you post in our TravelBuzz forum.

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