Amazon is testing a TikTok-like feature where user can post and share pictures and short videos and purchase products. The test, code-named “Inspire,” is currently only visible to some employees of the giant e-commerce company, according to The Wall Street Journal, citing Israeli artificial intelligence firm Watchful Technologies. The report noted that Amazon is joining Facebook owner Meta...
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