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  • eBay has launched an AI home shopping site
  • eBay has launched an AI home shopping site
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eBay has launched an AI home shopping site

Having long been the go-to site for bargain hunters, eBay is evolving to cater to those that want a little more bang for their buck with a new feature called eBay Collective. It’s a section of the site that uses artificial intelligence to help high-end shoppers find items for the home.



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