AI Articles and Analysis in Consumer goods

Explore articles and analysis related to artificial intelligence in consumer goods, including coverage of electronics, fashion, retail, and more.

Artificial Intelligence at Cisco

Artificial Intelligence at Cisco – Two Current Use-Cases

Founded in 1984 by two computer scientists from Stanford University, Cisco Systems developed the local area network (LAN) concept and achieved a market capitalization of $224 million by the time of its IPO in 1990. Today, Cisco manufactures and markets telecommunications technology as well as other high-technology products and services.

AI Culture Change in the Enterprise@2x

AI Culture Change in the Enterprise – Advice from Leaders at IBM, Facebook, SAP, and More

As far back as 2018 when we surveyed over forty banking industry leaders to discover the biggest issues with AI adoption, enterprise culture was already emerging as top of mind. Since then, we have found similar frustrations around enterprise culture in every industry. More than lack of data science talent, lack of appropriate culture serves as the largest and most consistent barrier to adoption.

No One AI Tool Can Solve All Problems@2x

No One AI Tool Can Solve All Problems – with Jeff Mills of iMerit Technology

This article has been sponsored by iMerit Technology and was written, edited, and published in alignment with Emerj’s sponsored content guidelines.

The Fundamentals of Enterprise Data Fabric – Unlocking the Value in Enterprise Data@2x

The Fundamentals of Enterprise Data Fabric – Unlocking the Value in Enterprise Data – with Daniel Hernandez of IBM

This article has been sponsored by IBM, and was written, edited, and published in alignment with Emerj’s sponsored content guidelines.

Artificial Intelligence at Nike

Artificial Intelligence at Nike – Two Current Use-Cases

Nike was founded as Blue Ribbon Sports in 1964 and originally operated as a distributor for athletic shoes made by a Japanese firm. By 1971, Nike sold its own line of shoes and began using the company’s iconic Swoosh design. By the time Nike went public in 1980, the company had achieved a 50% market share in its domestic athletic shoe market.   

Artificial Intelligence at Square

Artificial Intelligence at Square – Two Use-Cases

Square is a financial services company that aims to “build common business tools in unconventional ways so more people can start, run and grow their businesses.” Founded in 2009 in San Francisco by Twitter Co-Founder Jack Dorsey and Jim McKelvey, Square reports total net revenue of $9.5 billion for 2020.

Artificial Intelligence at Amazon

How Amazon Uses AI in eCommerce – Two Use-Cases

Amazon is the largest online retailer in the world by market cap. Founded in 1994 in Seattle, Washington, as a book-selling platform, Amazon has become a household name offering a wide variety of products and services. As of 2020, online retail product sales account for most of the company's net revenues, followed by third-party retail seller services, Amazon Web Services, and subscription services.

AI at Walmart

AI at Walmart – Comparison to Amazon, and Two Unique Use-Cases

Sam Walton opened his first Walmart in Rogers, Arkansas in 1962, capitalizing on his twelve years of success running Walton's 5&10 in downtown Bentonville seven miles down the road. Walton founded his company on the idea that retail could succeed by offering great value and great service. His competitors thought his idea was doomed to fail. Today, almost sixty years later, Walmart has transformed itself into a multinational corporate supergiant ranked as the largest company in the United States by gross sales in 2020, according to the Fortune 500.

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Explore articles and analysis related to artificial intelligence in consumer goods, including coverage of electronics, fashion, retail, and more.