AI Articles and Analysis about Recommendations

Recommender systems or recommendation systems (sometimes replacing \"system\" with a synonym such as platform or engine) are a subclass of information filtering system that seek to predict the \"rating\" or \"preference\" that a user would give to an item.

02 – Streamlining Data-Driven Decision-Making in Customer Experiences
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Streamlining Data-Driven Decision-Making in Customer Experiences for Financial Services – with Ciprian Porutiu of Marsh McLennan and Mike Borrelli of Uniphore

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01 – Confronting Unique Challenges in Retail and eCommerce Fraud@1x-min

Confronting Unique Challenges in Retail and eCommerce Fraud – with Leaders from Amazon, PayPal, FanDuel, and Riskified

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Artificial Intelligence at Cigna – Four Use Cases

Founded in 1982, Cigna is a healthcare and insurance company based in Bloomfield, Connecticut. Cigna is a Fortune 15 global company and employs over 70,000 individuals. Cigna offers health, life, and accident insurance. They also offer Medicare and Medicaid products.

Fighting Retail Fraud with Personalization and Classification AI Tools@2x-min (2)

Fighting Retail Fraud with Personalization and Classification AI Tools – with Experts from Instacart, Etsy, and Gap Inc.

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Artificial Intelligence at Alibaba – Two Current Use-Cases

Per Alibaba’s annual report, its revenue in 2021 exceeded 717 billion yuan (approximately 109 billion U.S. dollars), while its active yearly customers reached nearly 1.3 billion people. As of March 2022, Alibaba trades on the NYSE and has an approximate market cap of $225 billion.