Grocery giant Kroger and autonomous vehicle startup Nuro launched their driverless delivery service Thursday in Scottsdale, Arizona. It is the first market for the two companies, which first announced their partnership back in June. To start out, only one store is involved in the experiment: the Kroger-owned Fry's Food Store on East McDowell Road. Customers can place orders via Fry's website or mobile app. Grocery orders can be scheduled for same-day or next-day delivery.
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Kroger's driverless grocery delivery vehicles are finally hitting the road. The supermarket operator said it will start testing the self-driving cars on Thursday at a Fry's Food Store in Scottsdale, Arizona. It's part of Kroger's ongoing partnership with Nuro, a Silicon Valley startup founded two years ago by two engineers who worked on self-driving cars at Google. Kroger's driverless grocery delivery vehicles are finally hitting the road. The firm said it will start testing the self-driving cars on Thursday at a Fry's Food Store in Scottsdale, Arizona Customers can order groceries via Kroger's website or mobile app and select same-day or next-day delivery.
Kroger unveils plans to test market home delivery via driverless cars. The grocer with 119 locations in Arizona is part of the Kroger chain. Kroger confirmed Thursday it will begin testing driverless grocery delivery in suburban Phoenix. Customers of the supermarket giant's subsidiary Fry's in Scottsdale, Arizona will be able to place online orders starting Thursday. Grocery orders can be scheduled for same-day or next-day delivery though a fleet of self-driving vehicles.
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British fashion brand Burberry is one of the most recognized luxury clothes labels in the world. Starting in 2006, the company aimed to reinvent itself as an "end to end" digital enterprise. Its strategy was to use Big Data and Artificial Intelligence (AI) to boost sales and customer satisfaction. It does this by asking customers to voluntarily share data through a number of loyalty and reward programs. This information is used to offer personalized recommendations, online and in store.
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Imagine meeting a personal stylist online who will make specific recommendations for clothing you need to purchase -- including matching items and accessories. Take that a step further, and your stylist will be able to parse recommendations based on your size and budget, as well as available inventory. Finally, you can easily get input from your trusted friends online, make a final decision, and then click once to purchase. With recent improvements to messaging, chatbots, and artificial intelligence technology, that scenario is entirely possible, and the stylist doesn't even need to be a real person. Artificial intelligence (AI) platforms can do much more than comb through product listings and return search results.
It isn't easy for a business to stick around for 45 years and remain relevant in the digital age, even if your brand is as iconic as Roots Canada – but to avoid being left behind, the Toronto-based clothing retailer is using its website redesign to meld its brick and mortar store experience with its digital marketing strategy. In March the retailer finished giving its site, Roots.com, a complete facelift, using artificial intelligence (AI) to create a more modern, streamlined appearance from start to finish, including the homepage, shopping cart and end pages. Roots' biggest goal, said Jamie Garratt, CEO of Idea Rebel, the digital marketing agency that Roots hired to redesign the website, was to redesign not only the look but also the feel of the site. It was all about making a positive, user-centric experience, he told ITBusiness.ca. "You can't pull the wool over consumer's eyes anymore when it comes to building a website," said Garratt.
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