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Harvey Norman first to launch Microsoft Synchronized Shopping software

Harvey Norman has become the world’s first retailer to launch a new AI-powered retail software concept the Microsoft Synchronized Shopping solution.

Singapore startup Tuzo wants to help retailers hyper-personalise stores

Singaporean tech startup Tuzo is using AI to help retailers hyper personalise stores.

Technology can literally drive customers to your store

Here is a true story of how in-car screens can literally drive customers to your store.

Ratio uses robots in Shanghai to create the perfect drink

Ratio in Shanghai uses robots to craft personalised espresso coffee during the day and cocktails at night.

AI copywriter endorsed by brands like Esprit and Dickies

Alibaba’s digital marketing arm Alimama has unveiled an AI copywriter which is already paying off for brands like Esprit and Dickies.

Guess and Alibaba unveil AI-powered store of the future at Hung Hom

Guess and Alibaba Group bring AI to the fashion world in a store of the future at Hong Kong.

SK-II experiential concept store incorporates face authentication

An experiential concept store opened by beauty brand SK-II in Tokyo incorporates face authentication technology and AI.

Robots in retail: the future of customer service?

Robotics are playing a fast-growing role in today’s retail landscape: Omron Electronics’ Lieu Yew Fatt explains how.

Blockchain technology impact stretches way beyond Bitcoin

Blockchain technology has “immense potential to disrupt and transform the world of money, business, and society” in the years ahead.

Jack Ma wants to create 100 million Alibaba jobs

Jack Ma says he is aiming for $1 trillion GMV turnover in 2020 and a payroll of 100 million Alibaba workers.

Chatbot Sparkle to help CapitaLand customers.

CapitaLand customers will soon have concierge services through the artificial intelligence of chatbot Sparkle.

AI poses ethical dilemmas in retail commerce

AI – Artificial Intelligence – poses “commercial and ethical questions” says the founder of the World Wide Web, Sir Tim Berners-Lee.

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