'Empirically accurate': Amazon develops new AI model to slash packaging waste

BusinessGreen staff
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Retail giant lifts lid on AI tech that can automatically choose most appropriate and efficient packaging for deliveries

Amazon has lifted the lid on new artificial intelligence (AI) technology it has developed to select the most appropriate and resource efficient packaging for products it ships out to customers. Unveiled...

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