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  • Nearly half of retailers plan to use AI in-store
  • Nearly half of retailers plan to use AI in-store
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Nearly half of retailers plan to use AI in-store

From in-store iPads and beacons to augmented reality changing rooms and digital shopping, retailers are upping the ante on the shopping experience. Now, in a bid to draw in  and keep  shoppers, 45% of US retailers are planning on using AI in the shopping journey.

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