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DeepVogue AI: The Era Of AI Design – Farewell Human Karl Lagerfeld?

by Laurenti Arnault The Era Of AI Design – Farewell Human Karl Lagerfeld, Welcome ‘Digital’ Karl Lagerfeld The times we live in! ‘DeepVogue’, a ‘deep learning’ AI design created by Shenlan Technology has managed to take the 2nd place at the China International Fashion Design. The Era Of AI Design – Is AI The Future?…

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How CHINA START Business Immersion Program Offers Global Startups A Path Into China

this is a good will post after we got in touch with “China Start” (not an advertising)! ‘China Start’ Business Immersion Program Offers Global Startups A Path Into China “China Start is a solution for global entrepreneurs to understand the Chinese market, grow their business, receive funding and partner with businesses and investors in the…

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Million Consumers Will Shop in Augmented Reality Online and In-Store by 2020- GARTNER

via gartner.com Gartner Says 100 Million Consumers Will Shop in Augmented Reality Online and In-Store by 2020 Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality Will Rely on 5G to Change the Customer Experience Inside and Outside Retail Stores Augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) have the potential to shake up the customer experience by individualizing retailers’…

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AI: the Antidote to Fashion’s Fear of Change- WhichPLM

via AI: the Antidote to Fashion’s Fear of Change In her first exclusive for 2018, resident Expert Dr Evridiki Papahristou explores Artificial Intelligence, in direct relation to our industry. Evridiki is a devoted fashion engineer with a research focus in the effective integration of 3D virtual prototype in the apparel industry, and sits on our Expert…

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Retail’s Adapt-Or-Die Moment: How Artificial Intelligence Is Reshaping Commerce- CB Insights

via Retail’s Adapt-Or-Die Moment: How Artificial Intelligence Is Reshaping Commerce Traditional and new-school retailers alike are using AI and robotics to automate various parts of the retail chain, from manufacturing to last-mile delivery. Retail is under pressure to crack the AI code. After all, corporations in every industry are scrambling to adapt and integrate artificial…

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Researchers trained neural networks to be sort of fashion designers- ScienceDaily

via sciencedaily.com, ucsd.edu   Researchers trained neural networks to be fashion designers (sort of) Researchers have demonstrated how artificial intelligence and neural networks could one day create custom apparel designs to help retailers and apparel makers sell clothing to consumers based on what they learned from a buyer’s preferences. Researchers from the University of California…

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Personalisation: An antidote to the homogeny of fast-fashion? – FashionUnited

via fashionunited.uk Personalisation: An antidote to the homogeny of fast-fashion? by: Kseniia Galenytska With the ability to instantly adopt catwalk fashion and provide trend-led clothing for an affordable price, fast fashion retailers have been among the bigger value gainers in the last few years. The success of fast fashion has been near universal, thanks to…

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The Human Factor In An AI Future

via The Human Factor In An AI Future SAP Digital Futures No. 29: Future Skills Dan Wellers and Kai Goerlich As artificial intelligence becomes more sophisticated and its ability to perform human tasks accelerates exponentially, we’re finally seeing some attempts to wrestle with what that means, not just for business, but for humanity as a…

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The Future of Brands e-commerce, final warning: Amazon’s pushing its private-label brands for the holidays- Glossy

this “conclusion” wasn’t said by Glossy, it is said by me: look and learn, this is the (scaring but guaranteed) future of retail brand, who’s not investing in the OWN channels! It’s a final warning, as the giant’s business model had come to a complete roll-out…and it’s not about B2B, of course not! 😉 via…

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Three Big Trends To Help You Better Personalize Your Products: Distributed manufacturing, Mass customization, Building a network- SAP

via digitalistmag.com Three Big Trends To Help You Better Personalize Your Products by Derek Klobucher wo disruptive changes affecting manufacturers are speed in the supply chain and personalization of products, according to SAP’s Hans Thalbauer. Mastering them both will be critical to business success, but organizations can’t go it alone. “We need to be able to…

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