AI is Starting to Take a Bite Out Of the Fashion Industry--Case Study: Levi's


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Sep 13, 2018
The iconic New York City Fashion Week was entirely AI for the first time a couple of weeks ago.

Plans by Levi’s to test out virtual clothing models generated by artificial intelligence drew swift backlash in the industry late last month. While the furor mainly focused on diversity concerns, the retailer’s proposal also stirred up other anxieties that have been simmering in the industry for years.

The article also talks about more general concerns, like fit models being replaced by AI body scans and model images incorporated into AI models without the human counterpart's permission.

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From pollution to waste to exploitation the fashion industry has it all and more. They have no issues with paying poor people in 3rd world countries nothing but peanuts and exploiting them while selling shirts made for $1 and selling them for $100's, same with shoes they make them for $20 cost and charge $210 or more retail. Also, the way models are treated it's probably a good thing A.I. is replacing them because I see nothing appealing or attractive about young anorexic cocaine addicted models walking up and down in a straight line and posing for cameras.
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