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Vistara introduces RADA humanoid to help passengers

Vistara Airlines has installed RADA, a humanoid at Indira Gandhi International Airport (Delhi) to greet and assist passengers with their requirements. 

AI skilling needs inorganic and planned strategy : Prashant Pradhan, IBM

Prashant Pradhan, CTO, IBM talks about the AI, Block chain and startups. Pradhan gives a road map for AI and cloud. 

Julen C Mohanty quits JP Morgan Chase & Co 

Julen C Mohanty was the VP-Global Technology at JP Morgan Chase & Co, and will be joining a European investment bank as director. 

Ashish Mathur joins Allcargo as Group CIO

Ashish Mathur has over two decades of experience and his previous stint was at Maserk GSC as the CIO. 

Google, Facebook sued for GDPR non-compliance 

The lawsuits were filed by Max Schrems, Austrian privacy activist. Schrems seeks a collective fine of USD 8.8 billion if the companies are found guilty.

Raymond’s virtual mirror gives customer a digitized experience in store

Raymond is currently running a pilot version of using virtual mirrors in their brick and mortar stores. This gives the customers a view of how the finished suit will look on them.

 

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Raymond’s virtual mirror gives customer a digitized experience in store

Raymond is currently running a beta version of using virtual mirrors in their brick and mortar stores. This gives the customers a view of how the finished suit will look on them. 

Flipkart-Walmart deal: What works and what does not? 

Walmart bought majority stake in Flipkart for USD 16 billion last week. CIO India spoke to industry veterans and analysts to understand what works and what does not work in the deal.

Walmart goes all out in India: Plans to open 50 stores in 4 to 5 years 

After the acquisition of 77 percent stake in Indian e-commerce company Flipkart, the retail giant Walmart is going all out in the Indian market. It has now announced it will open 50 more stores. 

Walmart buys Flipkart for USD 15 billion; Alphabet too likely to invest

Softbank CEO, Masayoshi Son has confirmed that the deal between Walmart and Flipkart has been finalised. This is expected to be the biggest deal in the e-commerce sector.