Technology to help retailer better predict demand.
Only 1 per cent of businesses have achieved the necessary level of development.
Artificial intelligence comes to rescue the bricks-and-mortar store.
AI assistant helps team members with internal support enquiries.
Retail leaders unsure over the future of human and machine partnerships.
The prevailing attitudinal mindset between AI and HR is reflected in financials, where one is seen as an asset and the other as an overhead and liability.
Shopping centres once thrived in megacities, but have now lost their competitive advantage.
Before embarking on the search for the holy grail, retailers should focus on the things that matter most.
You don’t need much AI to work out that different climates means different jackets.
The future of AI looks set to be far more than just a prevalence of chatbots, as retailers begin to embrace new forms of automation.