When the world shifted from PCs to smartphones, websites had to slim down to work on smaller screens and wireless connections. Now a shift to voice-centric services is spurring more changes.
Brick-and-mortar stores are trying new things to compete with online and keep you as a shopper. Self-scanning, for example, is a hot trend, while other retailers are upping the in-store "experience."
The world of artificial intelligence stays mired in the average person's mind as something of a science fiction-type character. But AI is not one and the same as a robot. Simply put, AI is everywhere.
The Seattle-based cashierless Amazon Go store won't be a single showcase: The company is on track to open up as many as six more Amazon Go stores this year, including at least one in Los Angeles.
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