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  • AI Drives Revenue In Product Innovation, Customer Service
    The adoption of artificial intelligence is well underway but many execs expect some roadblocks ahead. There's a lot of enthusiasm and optimism for AI, most notably as a potential competitive ...
  • Businesses Buy Into AI, Budgets Follow
    Artificial intelligence may mean different things to different people, but that isn't stopping some businesses from moving full steam ahead with it. AI has become somewhat of an umbrella term ...
  • Smart Store Technologies To Drive $78 Billion In Transaction Revenue
    Smart technology to get shoppers out of stores more quickly is coming. However, it's coming less like a freight train and more like a glacier. Smart checkout can comprise different ...
  • Voice, Visual Searching Seen Driving Online Commerce
    Prediction for the next year and beyond are starting to come out, in addition to the numerous research forecasts of various IoT-related devices to be shipped and bought. One of ...
  • Walmart Sees AI, VR In Shopping Future
    Advanced technologies continue their adoption in retail. At a recent conference, a top Walmart exec spoke of the mega-retailer’s future including voice and artificial intelligence. ...
  • Google Machine Learning Software Learns To Replicate Itself
    Artificial intelligence keeps moving along. Google just said it created a project where machine-learning software became more efficient than the best human-designed systems. ...
  • Carnival Adds Wearables To Cruise Ship
    Connections are everywhere these days, even on the high seas. Carnival has equipped its Regal Princess with 7,000 sensors to track the tastes and preferences of travelers as they roam ...
  • Virtual Reality Advertising Tested: Pre-Roll Wins
    While advertising in virtual reality is hardly a mass market reality, some new insights are indicating that there are some ways of doing it better than others. In a test ...
  • Samsung Leads Developer Conference With Voice Assistant Bixby 2.0
    Samsung is taking another shot at AI. When the company's latest smartphone, the Galaxy S8, was introduced several months back, Samsung's voice assistant Bixby didn't come with it. At the ...
  • Children Tell Parents To Disconnect, Ditch Phones At Dinner
    One of the issues with connected devices is that they're generally always on. Thanks to home networks, the central hub for television, streaming movies, phones and smart home devices, everyone ...
  • CNN Gets Waiver To Fly Drones Over Crowds
    Media is taking to the skies. CNN has been granted a waiver to fly drones over crowds, a first for the FAA, which prohibits drones flying over people, unless a ...
  • Organic Goes All In On AI
    Many agencies are dealing with artificial intelligence in one way or another, whether driven by brand requests or as creative solutions to business problems. One agency recently decided to tackle ...
  • Samsung Intros 'Connect Tag' To Keep Track Of People And Things
    Tracking things is moving to a new level. Using IoT technology to track things is hardly a new concept, but the way it's been done is evolving. For example, Tile, ...
  • Royal Caribbean 5,500-Passenger Cruise Ship Adds High Tech; Robots Make Drinks
    The Internet of Things continues to set sail on the high seas. Consumers taking a future cruise are likely to run into robotics, virtual reality, digital way finders, digital personal ...
  • Smart Light Bulb Owners Turn To Amazon Echo, Google Home
    Digital voice assistants can be used for a wide range of things. They can be used to answer questions, such as a query about the weather today and tomorrow, for ...
  • Businesses Bullish On IoT, Cautious On Security
    The Internet of Things can increase efficiency in an organization but it also can drive an increase in revenue. For companies already using IoT, expectations are high with security remaining ...
  • Dell To Invest $1 Billion In Internet Of Things
    Michael Dell was an early pioneer in selling personal computers, the first to create made-to-order PCs over the phone. The company ultimately embraced online sales when the commercial web took ...
  • Consumers Moving To Watching TV On VR Headsets
    Television viewing is coming to virtual reality. While VR headsets have been most notably used for gaming, many consumers around the world expect to use VR for TV and video ...
  • Amazon Drops Echo Show Price After YouTube Fallout
    Following a spat in which Google pulled YouTube from Amazon’s Echo Show, the online behemoth decided to drop the price of the device from $230 to $200, at least for ...
  • Nokia Backs Off VR Investments
    Virtual reality is moving off the front burner at Nokia. The company just said it’s cutting investments in VR due to “slower than expected development.” ...
  • 16% Of Retailers Using AI, 20% Plan To Add In Next Year
    Online retailers are moving into some advanced artificial intelligence technologies while holding back on others. Many retailers have concrete plans for using artificial intelligence for various customer-facing activities, but they ...
  • Samsung Plans AI-Based IoT Platform
    Another day, another platform. However, this IoT platform from Samsung is AI-based. It will be aimed at helping to manage smart buildings. ...
  • Sears Taps IBM Watson To Predict When Appliances Need Service, Before They Fail
    Whether they expect it or not, consumers buying an appliance in the future will be getting a smart one. And before that appliance fails, they likely will get a call ...
  • IBM Watson: The Big Bet On IoT And AI
    The Internet of Things is about connections and the massive amounts of data that result from those connections. Trouble is, most of the resulting data is not tapped, and that's ...
  • Net-A-Porter To Launch AI Picking Service
    Personalized shopping is getting a shot in the arm. Net-A-Porter, the fashion retailer, plans to introduce a picking robot to help customers select just the right clothes. ...
  • 39% Of Consumers Not Keen On Facial Recognition
    Facial recognition technology is getting a lot better but that doesn't necessarily mean consumers will like it. The recent set of Apple product announcements included a facial-recognition feature called Face ...
  • Robots To Replace Fast Food Workers At New Shake Shack In New York
    The robots are coming to fast food. At a coming Shake Shack in New York, robots will be used in the place of humans in a cash-free environment. ...
  • 67% See Need To Heavily Regulate Robots, Drones
    A new Internet-connected future is coming and consumers have varying views about different aspects of it. Robots, drones, self-driving cars and virtual assistants are all part of the future mix ...
  • Consumers Look To AI For Managing Personal Finances
    Many consumers see artificial intelligence as a way to help them manage their money. From finding loans and creating a budget to devising savings strategies and getting unbiased advice, AI ...
  • Airline To Offer Complimentary VR Headsets
    Virtual reality is going up. In the sky, that is. An Air France spin-off airline called Joon plans to offer complimentary VR headsets to business class passengers. No word yet ...