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How Alibaba’s generative AI testing seeks to empower smaller e-commerce sellers – ZDNet

How Alibaba’s generative AI testing seeks to empower smaller e-commerce sellers – ZDNet

SOPA Images/Getty ImagesAlibaba’s e-commerce business unit is on the hunt for software partners to test generative artificial intelligence (AI) use cases on its large language models. Accessible via a suite of application programming interfaces (APIs), called Aidge, the AI models are trained on data insights gathered from across the Chinese tech giant’s global e-commerce operations. Also: Generative AI in commerce: 5 ways industries are changing how they do businessMore than 15 APIs now are available with the pilot launch of Aidge on Monday, for independent software vendors (ISVs) and software-as-a-service (SaaS) vendors to develop and test use cases. The APIs span several commerce-related applications including consumer insight, content localization, design, and customer service, announced Alibaba International Digital Commerce Group during the launch in Singapore. The Alibaba e-commerce business unit is one of six business units created early this year following a major organization-wide restructure, which also saw Cloud Intelligence Group and Cainiao Smart Logistics Network spun off as separate units. Alibaba International operates Alibaba’s international commerce retail businesses, including Lazada, AliExpress, Trendyol, and Daraz. Asked if Aidge is built on Alibaba Cloud’s foundation model Tongyi Qianwen, a spokesperson would only say that the former runs on Alibaba International’s “proprietary” large language and computer vision models.Tongyi… 

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