Walmart's new Intelligent Retail Lab shows a glimpse into the future of retail
April 26, 2019

From Walmart:

Over the past few months, a Walmart Neighborhood Market in Levittown, New York, has been quietly transforming. With artificial intelligence-enabled cameras, interactive displays and a massive data center, this store suggests a retail future that seems like science fiction.

But this store isn't just a shiny new object, equipped with tech for the sake of tech. It's a unique real-world shopping environment designed to explore the possibilities artificial intelligence can contribute to the store experience. It's Walmart's new Intelligent Retail Lab – or "IRL" for short.

Continue reading about IRL at Walmart's website...

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