Commentary: Artificial intelligence could help brick-and-mortar stores achieve a new golden age

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Chicago Tribune

Before COVID-19, financial pundits were busy predicting the inevitable death of brick-and-mortar retail stores. But two years later, we Americans are emerging from the pandemic, remembering that in-person shopping is actually something we enjoy doing, and are heading back to the brick-and-mortar stores in droves. Is it possible to reconcile this behavior with the recent phenomenal rise of online shopping? It actually is. These two trends point to an exciting, lucrative reconciliation that could reward consumers, entrepreneurs and investors — the arrival of artificial intelligence in retail sho…

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