7-Eleven stores in Thailand geting AI-based facial recognition, behavioral analysis

Remark Holdings, a global technology company focused on artificial intelligence, and CP ALL are partnering to deploy Remark’s KanKan data intelligence and AI technologies in approximately 11,000 7-Eleven stores that CP ALL operates throughout Thailand.

The Remark/CP ALL partnership will utilize KanKan’s AI-based facial recognition and behavior analysis technologies to provide customer support, business analysis, employee management and security in CP ALL’s 7-Eleven stores in Thailand, which generate more than $14 billion in revenue, the companies said in a statement.

Approximately ten million people pass through 7-Eleven stores in Thailand each day.

CP ALL is a unit of Thailand’s Charoen Pokphand Group. Last December, the group invested in Remark to deploy KanKan data and AI technologies across its businesses.

[Image courtesy: 7-Eleven]

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