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Don’t Use This AI Tailor…Yet

Original Stitch admits its shirt-cloning software still needs work

Original Stitch has all the trappings of an e-commerce success story. It’s a San Francisco startup with an artificial intelligence angle, $5 million in funding from A-list investors, and a factory partner in the Japanese Alps. The pitch is simple: Original Stitch uses computer-vision software to review photos of your most beloved dress shirts uploaded to the company website, then delivers perfectly tailored copies. We tried it—the only problem was that it didn’t

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