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Flyzoo Hotel – the world’s first future hotel open

“Flyzoo Hotel, which is Chinese ecommerce and media giant Alibaba Group’s first future hotel, opened today in Qinchengli, a shopping center owned by Alibaba, in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province.

As the first hotel with a full panorama and large-scale use of artificial intelligence (AI) in the world, Flyzoo Hotel provides customers service through its intelligent experience and facilities.”

https://aiecommerce.com/2018/12/18/flyzoo-hotel-the-worlds-first-future-hotel-open/


Become an AI Company in 90 Days – Prolego.io

“Researchers are continually publishing effective AI models. Hardware is a commodity. But build the highest-quality proprietary dataset and you’ll crush the competition every time.”

Here’s the scoop:

Author is legitimate and knows his stuff (Stanford AI experience)

He has clearly worked with some large corporations based on some of his anecdotes (policy and cross functional alignment will be some of the toughest challenges)

The instructions are specific and practical (top of line system for under $5K and reasonable data set size…good rule of thumb is 50,000 labeled examples)

https://aiecommerce.com/2019/01/21/become-an-ai-company-in-90-days/


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2019 AI eCommerce Spotlight Awards

Today, I’m proud to announce the 2nd annual “AI eCommerce Spotlight Award” winners. These awards are distributed to recognize those companies that have differentiated themselves from the competition over the prior 12 month period within the ai eCommerce industry.

This year we’re recognizing 4 companies with GOLD and SILVER awards.

To determine the winners, we developed a matrix of factors with individual weights. The scores were then tallied and vendors were stack-ranked by overall performance.

https://aiecommerce.com/2019/01/01/2019-ai-ecommerce-spotlight-awards/


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Follow the leaders: Machine learning and AI in the retail sector

“So where should retailers start? The initiative needs to come from the top, Choudhary said. ‘C-suite executives need to be front and centre when driving AI projects for their organisations. They need to have a vision and plan for enterprise-wide AI strategies before they begin to be implemented,’ he said.

Evanna Kearins, VP global field marketing at DataStax, agreed.

https://aiecommerce.com/2019/01/03/follow-the-leaders-machine-learning-and-ai-in-the-retail-sector/


 

2.3 trillion dollars which is likely to grow by over 246% by 2021

“The ecommerce industry has seen tremendous growth in the last decade and it doesn’t look to slow down anytime soon.

2017 alone favored global retail e-commerce sales to the tune of 2.3 trillion dollars which is a trillion dollars extra to what it was in 2014. This figure is likely to grow by over 246% by 2021.

Blockchain, which is one of the most reformative technological inventions of the fourth industrial revolution has already disrupted several major sectors including the finance, health and gaming industries. It is further looking to have a major impact in ecommerce industry.”

https://aiecommerce.com/2018/10/06/2-3-trillion-dollars-which-is-likely-to-grow-by-over-246-by-2021/

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Flyzoo Hotel – the world’s first future hotel open

“Flyzoo Hotel, which is Chinese ecommerce and media giant Alibaba Group’s first future hotel, opened today in Qinchengli, a shopping center owned by Alibaba, in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province.

As the first hotel with a full panorama and large-scale use of artificial intelligence (AI) in the world, Flyzoo Hotel provides customers service through its intelligent experience and facilities.

“It is so convenient to live in the hotel. Most of the services, including checking in and out, can be done by the Flyzoo app. I could take an elevator, enter my room, dine and go to the gym by scanning my face without calling for a waiter,” he said.

Most of the hotel’s service staff are robots. Even the bartenders are robots. Each room has a butler called “Tmall Elf” in charge of controlling most everything in the room.”

http://www.globaltimes.cn/content/1132456.shtml