The most important thing to bear in mind here is that real AI changes are invisible. The real core of retail business – intelligent planning and operating systems – is not publicly discussed by the big companies as that is the secret sauce to competitive advantage. Early adopters of AI will succeed at the expense of those companies that are late to the game.

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