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Ralph Elliot 2017-08-31
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If the idea of ordering jeans online makes you nervous, Levi's Virtual Stylist may put your mind at ease.

Levi Strauss & Co has a new chatbot that sells the most essential piece of your wardrobe.

On Thursday, the pedigreed fashion brand launched Virtual Stylist, a bot that helps customers compare styles, find sizes, and pick the jeans of their dreams.

“By strategically tapping into emerging technologies like AI (artificial intelligence), we can give consumers a more personal and convenient experience like what they would find in store, thus increasing conversation and driving online sales growth,” Levi’s said in a statement.

“This will allow the shopping experience to be consistent and seamless for consumers no matter where and how they shop.”

Virtual Stylist, which Levi’s claims is one of the first chatbots accessible on both Facebook Messenger and the web, uses artificial intelligence to recommend clothing that suits your tastes.

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Charles Rodriguez 2016-11-02
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do not Display the Gadget-items Gadget / Virtual reality

Skönhetsföretaget L'oreal is working with a company called i8 taken up a VR app for those who want to learn how to style hairstyles at the L'oreal training programme "the Matrix Academy".

With the help of the app allows stylists to learn different techniques at home instead of taking to some of the L'they (helicopters) were centres of education in the united states, which, of course, saves both time and money.

In the app can the stylists see a model and a virtual stylist, which styling the model's hair and then "step in" and take the virtual stylistens place.

the App should work with most VR headsets but L'oreal recommends using a slightly more advanced system that is capable of knowing of the positioning, such as the HTC Vive, or the Oculus Rift.

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James Bice 2017-10-17
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It's only been about three weeks since the Levi's Commuter smart jacket launched in stores, but the denim maker is already working on the next iteration.

The jacket features a cuff with touch-enabled fabric and a Bluetooth connection, presumably making it easier for cyclists to wirelessly access phone controls.

Levi's unveiled the product last year as part of a collaboration with Google's Project Jacquard, which weaves touch technology into fabrics.

Speaking at the WSJD tech conference in Laguna Beach, California, on Tuesday, Levi's CEO Chip Bergh said the two companies plan to incorporate more functionality in the jacket, which would involve cutting the need to pull your phone out all the time.

"I've been asked the question before, 'When will you know if this is a success?'"

"My answer is, 'I already know it's a success, because we've learned so much about how to innovate by partnering with Google."

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Ralph Elliot 2017-08-31
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If the idea of ordering jeans online makes you nervous, Levi's Virtual Stylist may put your mind at ease.

Levi Strauss & Co has a new chatbot that sells the most essential piece of your wardrobe.

On Thursday, the pedigreed fashion brand launched Virtual Stylist, a bot that helps customers compare styles, find sizes, and pick the jeans of their dreams.

“By strategically tapping into emerging technologies like AI (artificial intelligence), we can give consumers a more personal and convenient experience like what they would find in store, thus increasing conversation and driving online sales growth,” Levi’s said in a statement.

“This will allow the shopping experience to be consistent and seamless for consumers no matter where and how they shop.”

Virtual Stylist, which Levi’s claims is one of the first chatbots accessible on both Facebook Messenger and the web, uses artificial intelligence to recommend clothing that suits your tastes.

James Bice 2017-10-17
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It's only been about three weeks since the Levi's Commuter smart jacket launched in stores, but the denim maker is already working on the next iteration.

The jacket features a cuff with touch-enabled fabric and a Bluetooth connection, presumably making it easier for cyclists to wirelessly access phone controls.

Levi's unveiled the product last year as part of a collaboration with Google's Project Jacquard, which weaves touch technology into fabrics.

Speaking at the WSJD tech conference in Laguna Beach, California, on Tuesday, Levi's CEO Chip Bergh said the two companies plan to incorporate more functionality in the jacket, which would involve cutting the need to pull your phone out all the time.

"I've been asked the question before, 'When will you know if this is a success?'"

"My answer is, 'I already know it's a success, because we've learned so much about how to innovate by partnering with Google."

Charles Rodriguez 2016-11-02
img

do not Display the Gadget-items Gadget / Virtual reality

Skönhetsföretaget L'oreal is working with a company called i8 taken up a VR app for those who want to learn how to style hairstyles at the L'oreal training programme "the Matrix Academy".

With the help of the app allows stylists to learn different techniques at home instead of taking to some of the L'they (helicopters) were centres of education in the united states, which, of course, saves both time and money.

In the app can the stylists see a model and a virtual stylist, which styling the model's hair and then "step in" and take the virtual stylistens place.

the App should work with most VR headsets but L'oreal recommends using a slightly more advanced system that is capable of knowing of the positioning, such as the HTC Vive, or the Oculus Rift.