By Nicole Di Mattia
Today’s Information Technology scenario draws a very interesting landscape in the fashion sector, with robots that sew and cut fabrics, artificial intelligence algorithms that optimize production as well as apps that collect data and enrich consumer information. Especially during the pending crisis caused by Covid19, the use and development of artificial intelligence and machine learning applications was accentuated. For example, man y brands have equipped themselves with chatbots to fill the absence of dedicated staff and improve the consumer experience in e-commerce. Another use of artificial intelligence concerns inventory management through the analysis of the f low of live information, also useful for managing the exhaustion of stocks on the shelves. In this case, the technology generates automatic replenishment notifications for store employees and alerts distribution centers to send more pieces.