The Chooch Visual AI platform provides a wide variety of applications for both brick and mortar retail and ecommerce. From shelf space management to in-store health monitoring, from image optimization to analyzing consumer behavior, visual AI can improve the shopping experience for consumers and revenues for retailers. The flexibility and efficiency of Chooch AI can deliver multiple impactful solutions to the retail industry on one platform.
Chooch AI supports a vast set of retail applications with visual AI.
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First, Computer vision is a subfield of artificial intelligence that teaches computers how to interpret the world of digital images and videos in a way that approaches human understanding. Computer vision has benefited from advances in deep learning in recent years, and state-of-the-art algorithms can now equal or even beat human performance on many tasks.
How does computer vision relate to retail AI? Brick and mortar retail businesses can leverage computer vision to increase in store analytics, reduce losses, retain more customers, and more. Ecommerce businesses can use retail AI for image quality control and enriching images for better search. Simply put, computer vision can make your retail business more efficient and profitable.
With so much data available about customers’ behaviors and preferences, retail is one of the best industries for AI use cases. According to a 2019 report by IBM, the number of retail companies using artificial intelligence is expected to skyrocket from 40 percent to more than 80 percent in just three years. The market research firm Juniper Research has also predicted that global spending on retail AI will more than triple from $2 billion in 2018 to $7.3 billion in 2022.
The potential applications of retail AI are nearly limitless, including:
Humans are visual creatures, and advances in computer vision promise to change the face of many different industries, including retail. The possible use cases of computer vision in retail AI include:
Despite its tremendous utility, computer vision is a highly technical topic, which is a major reason why it hasn’t seen universal adoption yet. Computer vision has the potential to revolutionize the field of retail AI—so how can retail leaders start to integrate computer vision in their businesses?
Chooch has built a user-friendly, all-in-one AI platform that makes it easy for even non-technical staff to deploy flexible, highly accurate AI models. Ready to get started? Check out our list of computer vision resources, and get in touch with our team for a chat about your business needs and objectives.