Dell CPU-Based AI PoC for Retail

Dell CPU-Based AI PoC for Retail

Recent developments in AI have brought a renewed interest to the technology and the potential value it holds for a wide range of different industries. While organizations are looking for practical ways to leverage new AI solutions, unfamiliarity with the technology can lead to challenges in both development and deployment. As part of Dell’s ongoing efforts to help make industry-leading AI workflows available to its clients, this paper outlines a sample AI solution for retail environments.

This Lab Insight Report, Dell CPU-Based AI PoC for Retail, outlines a Proof of Concept, developed by Scalers AI in partnership with Dell, Broadcom, and The Futurum Group, that showcases an AI powered application for retail inventory management. The PoC demonstrates how AI can address a common retail challenge of inventory distortion by leveraging computer vision to monitor products on store shelves.

This Lab Insight Report includes:

  • The importance of AI in retail environments
  • A detailed overview of the PoC implementation
  • Key highlights for AI practitioners and IT operations
  • Performance findings of the PoC deployment

If you are interested in learning more, download your copy of our Lab Insight Report, Dell CPU-Based AI PoC for Retail, today. In addition, our Executive Summary and Infographic can be downloaded below.

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Author Information

Mitch comes to The Futurum Group through the acquisition of the Evaluator Group and is focused on the fast-paced and rapidly evolving areas of cloud computing and data storage. Mitch joined Evaluator Group in 2019 as a Research Associate covering numerous storage technologies and emerging IT trends.

With a passion for all things tech, Mitch brings deep technical knowledge and insight to The Futurum Group’s research by highlighting the latest in data center and information management solutions. Mitch’s coverage has spanned topics including primary and secondary storage, private and public clouds, networking fabrics, and more. With ever changing data technologies and rapidly emerging trends in today’s digital world, Mitch provides valuable insights into the IT landscape for enterprises, IT professionals, and technology enthusiasts alike.