EBay Rolls Out Personalized Mobile Storefronts
3 monthes ago - By WWD
EBay's latest retail push is powered by artificial intelligence, bringing personalized product suggestions to the company's mobile storefronts.
The new Interests feature customizes the shopping experience based on the user's passions, activities and style preferences. The AI-based system curates the marketplace's massive catalogue, pinpointing products that line up with what the company knows about the person.
EBay's Interests brings customized stores to shoppers' hands.
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