JD.com adopts AI to drive growth in smaller cities and among female users amid wider e-commerce slowdown

//JD.com adopts AI to drive growth in smaller cities and among female users amid wider e-commerce slowdown

JD.com adopts AI to drive growth in smaller cities and among female users amid wider e-commerce slowdown

Chinese e-commerce giant JD.com is exploiting artificial intelligence (AI) to help drive online consumption in smaller cities and among female users to help compensate for slowing growth in China’s e-commerce industry amid the uncertain economic climate.Zhou Bowen, head of AI at JD.com, said the company’s AI-powered SnapShop, which allows users to take a photo of a product and provide identical and similar product recommendations, is helping it grow business in smaller cities and among young…

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