Voice recognition

Voice Recognition

Brick and Mortar will use facial recognition to track and collect customers data as they shop in their stores.

In 2020, the voice recognition market will hit $601 million.

Retail Stores has changed since I worked for the Elder-Beerman Stores Corporation, and a member of the National Retail Federation.
 

Who is the customer?

Brick and Mortar retailers are more interested in knowing their customers tracking who is entering their stores and how they behave.  They want to know the how’s, age, ethnicity and gender.

Customers need to be careful about with whom they’re entrusting their data.

Here are 4 technologies that will change Brick and Mortar retail stores forever:

  1. Beacons
  2. Facial Recognition
  3. Robot Assistants
  4. RFID Product Recognition

Remember the movie “Minority Report” with Tom Cruise they use facial recognition.

  1. Voice based shopping is expected to jump to $40 billion in 2022
  2. Smartphone users have tried voice search at least once in the past 12 months.
  3. 55% of Teenagers are using voice search on daily basis.
  4. Top 4 common keywords for voice search phrases are “how”, “what”, “best” and the fourth one “the”.
  5. Voice-based shopping is expected to be up $40 billion in 2022

Buying Online

I am, more than ever, conscious when buying online especially buying fabric.

Is it an anchor store or a boutique store, where is the merchandise made from?  As for online, make sure that the store you buy online is a legitimate store and has contact details on site like the address and phone number.  Also, Check customers reviews and Privacy Policy.

Brick and Mortar is still for me.  I still like to touch and feel the fabric before I buy any clothing.

All the fashion terms you need to know, click here

 

The 7 voice search devices are:

  1. Google Home
  2. Amazon Echo/Alexa
  3. Google Assistant
  4. Siri/iPhone
  5. Android Phones and Devices
  6. Microsoft Cortana

 

The Future

Technology is changing.

  1. Self driving truck
  2. G5 technology
  3. Robotics
  4. Artificial Intelligent

I also teach World History, The Industrial Revolution began in Britain in the late 1700s and spread around to other countries now they call it Digerati Technology.

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