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Artificial Intelligence

A collection of content related to the use of artificial intelligence technologies to improve a variety of critical consumer goods business functions. These include improving consumer  engagement while simultaneously strengthening consumer understanding, as well as creating more efficient processes throughout the supply chain.

Given the whirlwind of change grocery retail has experienced in 2020, CPGs and grocers are scrambling to gain insights as to how to best cater to shopper preferences in store.

In the age of coronavirus, AI models can not accurately generate predictions. And yet, they have also never been more critical for the success on the consumer product industry

As technology capabilities continue to evolve, the AI value realization may finally be coming to fruition.

Discover how leading CGs are tackling the AI development conundrum and where they are on their AI investment roadmap. Are you keeping up with CG’s pacesetters?

While the goal of retail execution is to deliver the perfect store - or right product, at the right price, at the right time and location, etc. - there are many roadblocks that can hinder that last-mile success.

Stanley Black & Decker is bringing artificial intelligence to best practice sharing, aligning with the trend in leveraging tech for workforce management and empowerment.

EY and IBM have formed a global multi-year alliance designed to help organizations accelerate digital transformation and improve client outcomes.

Google Cloud's suite of machine learning and analytics solutions are expected to help P&G drive decisions, provide connected experiences and advice.

Robotic Assistance Devices (RAD) has enhanced its autonomous security and property management devices with an advanced mask-detection feature.

The consumer goods giant is joining forces to bring a more personalized shopping experience to consumers with Alibaba Cloud’s AI and cloud-based technologies.

L'Oréal's’ ModiFace augmented reality and AI company is now providing its technology for Amazon beauty consumers in Canada, forging another connection with socially distancing consumers.

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