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Fashion brand’s Messenger store launch covered in US media

CartSkill builds one of Europe’s first online stores in Facebook Messenger for fashion brand Monton. Now users can shop inside Messenger by chatting with the Monton brand. Instructions here. “We think of this as part of an omnichannel approach,” said Külli Koort, head of ecommerce at Monton, which operates an ecommerce site and just shy …

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Deep learning networks benchmarked.

As we have made a good number of improvements in our visual recommendation technology we decided to benchmark it against other popular deep learning networks. The aim was to compare our recommendation against AlexNet (Caffe implementation) and ResNet (Torch implementation) and to outline errors in product similarity identification. The setup for the comparison was such …

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It’s A Bot World

A few weeks ago Facebook announced that developers can start building bots for their Messenger platform. Today we’re happy to announce that we have released our shopping bot for Messenger by harnessing our artificial intelligence engine in e-commerce. It is a nice preview of things to come. As we’ve been focused deeply on Messenger and …

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Using the Power of Our Artificial Intelligence in Discovering New Products

Recently there has been much talk about Google’s AlphaGo that defeatedthe best human player in the game of Go. A remarkable step that shows the potential of artificial intelligence. Neil Lawrence from The Guardian had an especially interesting take on the subject as he drew a parallel with the development of the steam engine in 1712. …

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Deep Learning — What It Means For Ecommerce And Why You Should Care As A Marketing Professional?

In simple terms deep learning is a method of abstraction through which an algorithm solves a complex problem with little or no instruction. Basically you can throw some tough problems at the algorithm and it will spill out the answers. Of course it has its limitations and the quality of answers depends on several factors …

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Training Machines To See, So You Can Discover Products You Actually Want.

After the holiday season it is common to experience a post-shopping hangover of sorts. You know, the aftermath of a feeling that you had to engage too much in commercial consumption. And the feeling of frustration in shopping is most often associated with the relentless searching for the things you want and then being unable …

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