circular.fashion aims to eliminate waste in the fashion and textile industries by helping retailers embrace fashion circularity as a pillar of their business.
Bosch has founded Security and Safety Things (SAST), a fully owned but independent start-up currently developing an open IoT ecosystem for the security industry.
Launched on the first day of New York Fashion Week, New Balance's latest marketing campaign, “Be The Exception”, attempts to reward people going against trends. Described by the American footwear giant as "real time exception spotting", this campaign aims to identify trendsetters by using artificial intelligence and machine learning.
Cherrypick.ai provides brands with the means to turn Instagram comments into actionable sales leads.
In a time where consumers are vocal in their condemnation of inequality and constantly pushing for inclusion and diversity, fashion brands are slowly adopting a “Design for All” model.
Material innovation transforms orange waste into refined textiles for high fashion.
With Burton Snowboards' new binding system, getting ready to hit the slopes will be easier and faster than ever.
Thanks to the latest machine learning techniques for image analysis and pattern recognition, it’s getting easier for computers to pull apart a photo and find similar objects within a catalog.
Lego's new programmable coding kit will allow fans of all ages to control their creations with an Android or iOS app using a simple drag-and-drop programming system.
Nike wants to enable runners to break the two-hour marathon time barrier.