This Technology Makes It Possible to A/B Test Brick and Mortar Stores

by Kieran Dahl
Imagine how many video cameras there are in retail stores around the world. Now imagine the usefulness of turning those cameras’ millions of hours of video—of shoppers’ in-store interactions and activity—into simple, optimizable, visual data. Steve Russell has long seen the potential to turn that retailers’ dream into a reality.Read the full article

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