Inside one of Walmart’s New York stores, thousands of cameras track when products are running low or when produce start to lose its freshness. Company is using artificial intelligence to manage stores
Luxury represents a powerful form of social capital for this segment of consumers, according to new research in McKinsey’s China luxury report 2019
Fujitsu Artifical Intelligence (AI) learns from data to automate processes, improve service and raise productivity. AI eables complex processes to be automated independent of human intervention.
Good summary video on IoT applications in retail from Studio387. What do you think?
It’s watching & knows a crime is about to take place before it happens. Vaak, a Japanese start up, has developed Artificial Intelligence (AI) pre-crime software. - From Fanatical Futurist
In the year 2030, shoppers will need a reason to leave the couch and go in-store. - From Synchrony
As Amazon’s e-commerce growth begins to decrease, where will the retail behemoth shift its efforts? From Prime revenues to Alexa reprioritizations & more, Gartner L2 predicts what's next.
Disruptive can mean better, but it can also introduce social challenges. Innovation is transforming the retail sector.
Search behavior suggests that in-store shopping experiences begin online, & retailers are investing in omnichannel. But are retailers leveraging store footprint differentiation against Amazon?
The retail industry is rewriting the laws of physics. Change is coming at an ever faster rate each year and 2030 will be upon us before we know it.
The retail robots are coming - Bloomberg Television
Global annual spending on AI by retailers estimated to reach $7.3 billion by 2022 - Welcome.AI
McKinsey research establishes a common understanding of the forces at work in fashion and identifies where the top priorities, both business and creative, are for 2019.
No shopping without a smartphone? A view of shopping in the future from the just completed EuroCIS trade event in Germany this past week. Digital technology rules.
Scott Galloway, Professor at the NYU & Founder of L2, at NRF 2019 on the key to companies increasing revenue 20-30% over the next five year & doubling their stock price is the business model.
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