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Data & analytics

South Korean startup translates dog barks using AI
Moon Sae-mi tries out Petpuls, with her dog Godot during a demonstration in Seoul. Reutters/Kim Hong-Ji

South Korean startup translates dog barks using AI

A South Korean startup has developed an AI-powered dog collar that can detect five emotions in canines by monitoring their barks using voice recognition technology. The Petpuls collar can tell pet owners th...
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Data & analytics Archives

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Are retailers falling behind on AI adoption?

A new report from Google Hong Kong shows a discrepancy between AI readiness in retail and other sectors. Here’s why.

The top e-commerce secrets retailers are enjoying right now

The Asia Pacific is leading the world in eCommerce. Between 2014 to 2019, APAC’s growth in online sales was nearly doubl...

Tmall seeks to boost engagement with Chinese Gen Z luxury consumers

High-end Chinese e-commerce platform Tmall Luxury has implemented new features to boost its brands’ appeal for Gen Z con...

Why marketers rightly care about identity

Retail marketers’ jobs just got harder, with eMarketer forecasting a 2.6-per-cent dip in retail sales in Asia-Pacific th...

Top Chinese retailtech enterprises revealed

Notable Chinese retailtech firms are small in size, heavy on IT personnel, and largely located around the Beijing-Tianji...