"Is This Sewing Robot the Future of Fashion?" (Fast Company)
"At a certain point, he admits, the hunt for cheaper and cheaper labor must come to an end. Technology is the only way out."
"Gap Envisions a Future with Augmented-Reality 'Dressing Rooms'" (Engadget)
"The application, built in collaboration with Google and San Francisco-based startup Avametric, uses augmented reality to let shoppers "try on" clothes without having to step into a store."
"What Does the Store of the Future Look Like?" (The Guardian)
"What is going to change drastically is the way these physical stores operate and service their customers; it’s about a seamless merge of a fantastic physical experience with powerful, yet subtle technology."
"Facebook Is Changing Its Trending Topics Section Again, Removing Personalization" (Adweek)
"While topics were highlighted in the past based on what users were engaging with on the platform, Facebook will now factor in the number of publishers posting about a given topic, along with the type of engagement it's getting."
"The Secret to a Perfectly Tailored Suit? For the Black Tux, It's Machine Learning" (Fast Company)
"Andrew Blackmon, cofounder and co-CEO of the menswear rental company, explains how a new algorithm is perfecting sizing and tailoring from afar."