AI is the New Black

Fashion Houses are Launching Tech Projects to Boost Sales and Improve Efficiencies

Bad lighting, grainy mirrors, absent sales clerks—shopping for clothes has never been a great experience. But fashion designers and retail juggernauts are looking to improve modern shopping by launching projects to infuse artificial intelligence (AI) into the buying process.
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