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LPF Hosting Webinar on Operationalizing AI for Risk Mitigation
Trends show that retailers face a double hit when cost-of-living pressures and inflation hit consumers; they spend less, and shrinkage goes up.
Face Matching Leads to Big Wins for Retailers
With a more educated consumer base and most of the controversial actors having gone under or changed practices, the face matching's true potential is becoming clear.
How to Execute a Successful Computer Vision Pilot
Several national retailers are investing heavily in AI pilots to support their asset protection and store security teams in dealing with the prominent issues caused by organized and disorganized retail crime.
Protecting Assets and Mitigating Vandalism with Video Analytics
Vandalism is not only difficult to prevent, but because it is difficult to catch perpetrators in the act, it too often incurs labor and repair costs for victims.
Ex-Hanwha SVP Ray Cooke Joins Dragonfruit AI
Cooke has over 25 years of experience in safety and security solutions at companies such as IBM and Cisco. Prior to joining Dragonfruit, he spent over 8 years at Hanwha Techwin America.
Prosegur Security Globally Launches Responsible AI
Prosegur Security, a global security provider, has launched a new Responsible Artificial Intelligence Policy in an effort to proactively decrease risks associated with AI use.
i-PRO Releases Mini AI-based Surveillance Camera
With a pocket-sized form factor and full complement of AI analytics functionality, the i-PRO mini represents the next generation of smaller, discreet smart cameras.
5 Ways AI Is Transforming the Retail Industry
If you haven’t hopped on the AI bandwagon, you may soon be left behind in the dust of this industry’s digital revolution and transformation.
The Coronavirus and Its Predictable Future for Retail
A new study indicated that the coronavirus could impact over 5 million businesses worldwide. Eighty-seven percent of USA companies with operations in China expect the outbreak to negatively impact revenue. Of that number, 24% expect declines of 16% or more. The impact on retail could be significant.
What Lenders Can Learn from Sears and Walmart
The divergence of digitization in commercial lending is comparable to the retail wars of the past three decades. Consider the different paths of Sears and Walmart.
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