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Chatbots go Chic: Epytom on AI for Fashion

Can style be quantified? On this week’s episode of the Electric Runway podcast, we’re speaking with Anastasia Sartan and Marianna Milkis-Edwards, the founder and editor of Epytom, a styling service that claims you only need 40 pieces of clothing to have endless, effortless style—and that includes shoes and accessories. Sound too good to be true? Find out how this startup is combining artificial intelligence and big data to offer personalised styling with an ethos of sustainability. Check out screenshots from my chat with the bot below. You can interact with Epytom yourself on Facebook for free.

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    Let Talk About Bots, Baby — Electric Runway
    April 24, 2017 at 7:37 pm

    […] Back in November, we asked, have chatbots gone chic?  Episode 42 of the podcast introduced you to Epytom, a styling service founded by Anastasia Sartan and Marianna Milkis-Edwards. The premise of the bot, which talks to you via Facebook messenger, is that you only need 40 pieces of clothing to have endless, effortless style—and that includes shoes and accessories. The chatbot uses artificial intelligence to understand and essentially quantify style so it can tell you exactly what to wear each day. […]

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