Tag: Alibaba

Asia

Alibaba: 800 Million Consumers Have Each Used AI Technologies 20,000 Times on Average on Singles Day

China’s shopping spree Single’s Day is becoming a large-scale social digital innovation project, stated Alibaba CTO Cheng Li.

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AI Fools’ Day: Tech Giants’ Top Pranks

Today is April Fool’s Day, and despite Microsoft’s efforts to ban such pranks, many tech companies could not resist joining in the centuries-old spoofing tradition. However, given the already incredible achievements of cutting-edge AI technologies, some of today’s hoaxes actually look pretty convincing.

AI

Robots Vs Robocalls

Robots pitching politics, charities, sales, surveys, and scams of every stripe and in every tongue. Increasingly that’s the voice on the other end of a global citizen’s next incoming telephone call.

AI

Visual Search Is Revolutionizing E-Commerce

Visual search is an important new business tool that is changing the way people interact with E-commerce and social media platforms. Instead of entering a text query, visual search engines enable users to identify and locate items via photos snapped with their smartphone cameras.

AI

Law Schools Are Catching Up With AI Legaltech

Chinese tech conglomerate Alibaba announced in April that it would launch Alibaba Law School, integrating big data teaching methods with legal education. As we await updates, law programs around the world have already begun re-designing their curriculums to better fit the age of big data and AI.