May 26, 2018 — What’s new

Weekly digest

From eBay’s personalised homepages, to digital concierge services from Target, and the successes of Patron’s Alexa skill, we round up the week in digital.

Views on Voice

On 18th May, we explored the latest opportunities offered by voice-activated devices, as well as the challenges this new technology presents.

Weekly digest

This week in digital: smartphone ID cards from Yoti, Ticketmaster trials facial recognition at events, Uber delivers dinners via drone, and Johnnie Walker’s new digital whisky finder.

Weekly digest

In this week’s digital roundup, Google unveils Google Duplex — a next-level AI assistant — while Instagram integrates in-app payments, and Lush Cosmetics invites customers into its R&D process.

Opportunities in voice technology

As part of our ongoing ZX.YCN programme, we’ll gather a group in the studios of Cult LDN for a hands-on exploration of opportunities for engagement through the latest voice technology.

Weekly digest

From the rise of omnibots, through to Facebook’s new augmented reality feature, we present five pieces of knowledge or news to have caught our eye online this week.

Weekly digest

This week in digital: Alibaba trials facial payments, while ​Diageo introduces a new virtual reality experience to tackle binge drinking.

Data-driven innovation

ZX Ventures’ Julie Veryser and Jason Hall describe leveraging data and consumer insights to enhance the online retail experience.

Weekly digest

Our roundup this week explores shoppable AR from AmEx, hyper-realistic digital humans, and new innovations in drones and delivery.

Weekly digest

The global race to automate stores, humanlike AI-synthesised voices and video games as marketplaces — find out more in this week’s roundup of digital news and views.

Weekly digest

From Google’s first voice-activated coupon, through to Domino’s new gamification strategy, we present five pieces of knowledge or news to have caught our eye online this week.

Weekly digest

This week’s digest: Starbucks trials Blockchain tech to track coffee beans, eBay launches a new AR feature for sellers, and why CGI could be the next big thing in retail.